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About Knoxville & East Tennessee Nestled in the Appalachian Valley, East Tennessee offers a variety of weather with its four distinct seasons. At an elevation of 886 feet, Knoxville’s average winter temperature ranges in the high 30‘s December through February. The annual snowfall is around 6 inches. May through September, the average temperature ranges in the high 60’s to mid 70’s. Weather hazards include flooding and tornadoes, which are rare. Knoxville is a city in the foothills of The Great Smoky Mountains. The entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park is less than one hour from downtown and is one of the top tourist attractions in Knoxville. This puts it in close proximity to the natural wonder of the mountains, as well as Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge (home of Dollywood). Knoxville is also well known for the 26 story bronze glass Sunsphere which decorates the downtown skyline (built as a symbol of the 1982 World’s Fair). The city of Knoxville has an extensive system of greenways that follow natural water courses, traverse open spaces, parklands and link neighborhoods, shopping, business districts and recreation areas. With more than 84 parks and 41 miles of greenways, Knoxvillian’s spend as much time as possible outdoors. The Knoxville Botanical Garden and Arboretum is a free botanical garden where garden enthusiasts congregate for inspiration. Boaters have three outstanding fresh water Eastern Tennessee lakes surrounding them to fish, swim and boat: Tellico Lake, Fort Loudon Lake and emerald green Norris Lake. Rowing teams can be observed training on the Tennessee River in downtown. Knoxville is often called The Lakeway to the Smokies because of it's many lakes and tributaries. The Tennessee River, which runs through Knoxville, draws many industries and provides a perfect spot for game day as an alternative to tailgating. The University of Tennessee in Knoxville has one of the largest fan bases in college sports, and Knoxville boasts a newly revitalized downtown area. Knoxville is electrified by excitement from tailgate parties and collegiate team celebrations. The US Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Knoxville employs many scientists and Ph.D's. Knoxville's highly educated population attracts high quality cultural experiences. From the ballet to the opera as well as professional performance theatre companies. Indoor and outdoor festivals take place year round in Knoxville, with some festivals attracting hundreds of thousands of people. More than 15 theaters and professional stage companies call Knoxville home. The Bijou Theatre is the city’s largest theater. The Clayton Center for the Arts is located on the Maryville College campus and hosts live music, theatre and dance productions. The world class Knoxville Symphony Orchestra and Knoxville Jazz Orchestra perform at the Bijou Theatre, Tennessee Theatre and the Civic Auditorium. The Clarence Brown Theatre at the University of Tennessee is where you’ll find Tennessee’s only Professional LORT Theatre. The Knoxville Museum of Art is a premier visual arts facility with rotating exhibits, live musical performances and educational classes. The Art Gallery Market on Gay Street showcases original art and crafts from more than 60 local artists. Historic museums in Knoxville include the Blount Mansion, Frank H. McClung Museum and Civil War Trails Markers. There are five ranked hospitals and medical centers in the Knoxville area. Parkwest Medical Center and the University of Tennessee Medical Center are the largest health care facilities. Parkwest Medical Center is a 286 bed facility and has been named a Top 100 Heart Hospital eight times. Specialties include orthopedics, neurology, bariatric surgery and women’s care. The University of Tennessee Medical Center is a 489 bed teaching hospital and is home to the Brain & Spine Institute, the Cancer Institute, the Heart & Lung Institute and Women’s and Children’s Health Center. Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge with 255 beds is Knoxville’s 2012 Best Ranked Hospital with nine specialties according to US News & World Report. For shopping in Knoxville,Turkey Creek is the best place to find brand name labels in Eastern Tennessee. This premier 300 acre shopping destination is clearly visible from Interstate 40. Turkey Creek has 19 major brand name stores, 77 retail stores and 34 restaurants. Food connoisseurs can enjoy eating from just about any cultural menu you could be hungry for in Knoxville. Turkey Creek offers a wide variety of restaurants to fit any taste. Of course, more great restaurants sprawl out into the suburbs. In downtown Knoxville, the Market Square Farmer’s Market is open on Wednesdays and Saturdays May through November. This open air market is where you’ll find home grown produce, baked goods, free-range meats and dairy products. Tennessee was named “State of the Year” for economic growth (2014). An excerpt from The Tennessean January 5, 2017…” For the second straight year, Tennessee won a top ranking for boosting jobs and capital investments through company relocations and expansions. Economic development and site selector magazine Business Facilities named Tennessee its 2014 "State of the Year," pointing to its emphasis on infrastructure and education as supportive to companies' growth. "We are consistently regarded as one of the most favorable business climates in the United States," said Tennessee Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty. "That is certainly front of mind as CEOs are considering where they want to locate their business." The Greater Knoxville area includes Knox, Anderson, Blount, Loudon and Union County. The 2014 estimated property tax millage rate ranges from $2.32 per 25% of $100. If you live within the city limits of Knoxville, there is an additional estimated city tax of $2.72.
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