Emergency Repairs

Professional Office Building

The city is spending up to $5 million to fix a newly discovered safety hazard at one of the buildings being refurbished for the Public Safety Complex.

City Budget Landscape

A property tax increase appears to be the most likely option for maintaining services while increasing employee pay.

Enter the Matrix

The city is hiring a California-based consultant to help streamline and improve its development services.

Course Corrected

After taking a $20 million hit from COVID-19, the city’s new public safety complex is on schedule to open in the fall.

Healthcare Comeback

The city and county are in talks to develop an acute care and behavioral health facility at the former St. Mary’s Hospital site.

Dialing a Deal

The E-911 Center will pay renovation costs for a new backup emergency dispatch operation at the city’s new public safety complex.

City Likely Won’t Pay Ransom

The Kincannon administration hopes to have computer systems affected by ransomware attack restored in less than two weeks.

City Files Kidnapped

Ransomware attack hits computer servers, but officials say they don’t think personal information was compromised.

Not Bound by Bonds

Knoxville officials say they’re comfortable with the city’s debt level as they plan to go to the bond market to finance projects.