Knox County Tennessee

Additional Resources

Knox County Tire Recycling Program


  • Use a mosquito repellant that contains DEET. If you are concerned about using repellent products on children, consult a health care provider for advice. For additional guidance on finding the repellant that is right for you, visit the Environmental Protection Agency’s webpage here.

Reporting Dead Crows and Blue Jays

  • Knox County Health Department monitors dead crows and blue jays as a means for early detection of the virus in an area. Residents who find a recently deceased crow or blue jay on their property can call the Knox County Health Department at 865-215-5200 to report the dead bird and to find out your next steps.


Have Questions?
Call: 865-215-5555

Need to report a public
health emergency?

Call 865-215-5093

On the first Wednesday of every month, all KCHD offices and clinics are closed in the morning for staff in-service. On these days, the main location (140 Dameron Ave.) will open at 11 a.m. and the West Clinic (1028 Old Cedar Bluff) will open at 11:30 a.m.

Clinics will also open at 10:30 a.m. (Main location) and 11 a.m. (West Clinic) on the following Wednesdays: April 17 and July 17. All other offices will open at 8 a.m.