Historic Street Signs Fundraiser

Big News: Fourth and Gill is launching a crowdfunding campaign to install historic district street signs. Find out more, and make your gift today by clicking here. Don’t delay, the campaign closes Dec. 18! 

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Upcoming Events


Come and enjoy the fun!


Saturday, October 21st: Wild Rabbit Berry Patch Volunteer Day, 3rd Avenue (between 4th Avenue and Luttrell Street), 9:00 AM.

Tuesday, October 31st: Halloween Party, corner of Luttrell Street and Caswell Avenue, 5:00 PM.

Wednesday, November 1st: Pumpkin Parade, Fourth & Gill Park, 7:00 PM.

NEW DATE! Sunday, November 12th: Potluck and Food Drive, Neighborhood Center, 5:00 PM.

Contact us if you have questions about upcoming events. We hope to see you there.



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Tour of Homes – April 23rd

Tour of Homes tickets are on sale now! The Tour is on Sunday, April 23rd from 1-6pm, and tickets cost $10 (free for kids 12 and under) if purchased in advance.

2017 web click for tickets

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2017 Calendar is Up!

Check the “Calendar” tab for the full 2017 calendar. You soon will be receiving a flyer at your doorstep that has the calendar and other neighborhood information.

Our next event is the potluck and annual meeting scheduled for Monday, February 13th. The potluck begins at 6:30pm at Central United Methodist Church located at 201 Third Avenue. Hope to see you there!

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January Board Meeting

The next Fourth + Gill Board meeting will take place on Monday, January 23rd. We meet from 6:45-8:00pm at the Neighborhood Center (located at 800 N. Fourth). Contact Jenny Wright with questions.

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School Supply Drive for Beaumont!

We will be collecting school supplies for Beaumont Magnet Academy between Saturday, August 6 and Monday, August 15.

Check out the list of needed school supplies needed and information about donation drop offs!

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Traffic + Safety Program

Dear neighbors-

Speeding and traffic safety have been on our radar for quite some time, and our Knoxville Police Department liaison has worked with us to implement speed stops on some of our busier streets. While we will continue to work with our KPD liaison, we may have an opportunity to work with the city to curb speeding on a larger scale. The City of Knoxville recently released a draft program guide for a new Neighborhood Traffic Safety Program (NTSP). The program is expected to launch this summer and the city is looking for public comment on the proposed program.

The program guide and program flow chart are available online; hard copies may be obtained by calling David Massey at 865-215-3232. The NTSP- developed jointly by the city’s Engineering Department, Police Department, and Office of Neighborhoods- will employ a three prong approach to managing neighborhood traffic concerns: education, enforcement, and engineering.

I encourage you to read the proposal and provide feedback in the following ways:

– Attend one of two public meetings: Thursday, May 12, 5:30-7:00pm, O’Connor Senior Center, 611 Winona Street -or- Monday, May 16, 7:00-8:30pm, West High School, 3300 Sutherland Avenue

– Complete the online survey

Email comments to the city’s NTSP account

Email me directly and I will communicate your feedback to appropriate individuals in the Engineering Department, Police Department, and Office of Neighborhoods

I recently attended a presentation regarding the Neighborhood Traffic Safety Program, and I believe the program provides a much needed comprehensive approach to neighborhood concerns about speeding and traffic and is one that places an emphasis on individual neighborhood needs. After the program is finalized (likely later in the summer) our neighborhood organization board will discuss problem areas within Fourth + Gill and whether we should submit an application. Please note that if we submit an application, we will have to garner signatures from Fourth + Gill residents and will reach out to and rely on you for input before submitting an application.

Please contact me if you have questions regarding the NTSP or if you have any concerns about or ideas for our great neighborhood.

Very sincerely-
Jenny from the Brownlow
Historic Fourth + Gill
Neighborhood Organization President

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