Hello and welcome!

Thanks for stopping by. Whether you are a current resident of Knoxville or thinking about moving to the area, I hope you’ll take some time to get to know more about the neighborhoods and communities that make our city so great.

From our parks and greenways to our exciting and dynamic downtown, to the many diverse and historic districts that give our city its rich culture, there is no shortage of adventure to be had in Knoxville.

As a lifelong resident of Knoxville, I have seen our city grow and change in many ways  over the years. And I’m excited about the changes that are still to come. It’s an honor to serve the community as a member of the Knoxville City Council, at large seat A.

Beyond the Bow Tie

During his time on the Knoxville City Council, George Wallace has had the opportunity to meet many members of the community. And everywhere he goes, he is recognized for his signature accessory, the bow tie.

Beyond the Bow Tie

But there’s more to George than his signature bow tie. For one thing, he is focused on job creation, which he believes can be driven by continued redevelopment in downtown and other corridors. Go behind the bow tie and learn more about the projects and initiatives George is passionate about.

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About George Wallace

George Wallace is a Knoxville native whose background in business and the nonprofit world stoked his interest to first run for Knoxville City Council in 2011.

About George Wallace

Now in his second term, George holds the post of At-Large Seat A, one of three seats representing the city as a whole and not a specific neighborhood or district.

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The Mission

Working to better define Knoxville's unique identity with a focus on outdoor recreation, the fact that we live in a business-friendly community with a strong entrepreneurial component, and our unique arts & cultural activities and opportunities.

The Mission

As a member of the City Council, my mission is to be an advocate for these issues. Council can support the mayor’s efforts on spending in these areas and reduce spending in areas that do not meet these objectives or that are in conflict with these areas.

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