Tennessee and Regional Interest
Facts and Statistics
“Published annually since 1975, this report provides an in-depth analysis of national and state economic development based upon ten-year and ten-quarter economic forecasts. The quarterly forecast is designated as the official forecast for Tennessee State government internal programming and future budget planning purposes. The forecast is produced from the Tennessee Econometric Model (TEM), developed and maintained by CBER (the Center for Business and Economic Research at the University of Tennessee).” (from the CBER site 2/11/2015)
Information on the health of Tennesseans can be found here at the state’s Department of Health website.
Local genealogy resources also provide a great deal of information about the area’s history.
Search by owner’s full name (last first), full address, or parcel ID if known to see a map with your property’s boundary lines and dimensions, assessed value, and zoning information. Note from the website’s disclaimer: “NO GUARANTEES can be made as changes or corrections can occur frequently. All zoning information requests should be checked through the Johnson City Development Services Department or the Washington County Development Services office.”
The Tennessee Encyclopedia has a vast array of information about both Tennessee history and culture. Find in-depth entries of peoples, places, and events, often accompanied by multimedia files (images and sound recordings).
Find out how much property in Tennessee is worth, for tax purposes, at the Comptroller of the Treasury site.
Brought to you by the Census Bureau, these are some of the most requested facts from the newest census. Find information by county or city, or search for data on other states.
“The Census State Data Center (SDC) program is a State/Census Bureau cooperative program with a mission of providing efficient access to US Census data and products, providing training and technical assistance to data users, and providing feedback to the Census Bureau on data usability, as well as state and local government data needs and operational issues. The State Data Center disseminates Census and other data to the public through a network of over 1,800 state and local agencies, libraries, universities, chambers of commerce, and others. The State Data Centers are the official source of demographic, economic, and social statistics, and redistricting data produced by the Census Bureau.” (from the website, 2/11/2015)
Check here to see if you have any unclaimed property or money in Tennessee.
Trulia.com provides free in depth neighborhood information such as tax records, school ratings, crime reports, hazard maps, and pollen counts. Information about buying and selling a home in the Johnson City area is here.
The website for the City of Johnson City. Local government and services information can be found here.
This is the website for the Tennessee State Legislature. Find out who your representative is, or what bills are up for a vote, here.
Browse the official site of the Tennessee state government for important information for Tennessee residents or businesses.
Find information about Washington County governance and local court system.
The Washington County Economic Development Council website provides information about the area’s economic health for businesses and individuals.
Tennessee Tourism and Local Events
Find out what to do, and where to go, in the state of Tennessee. While this is the official state tourism website, locals can also find events in their communities.
This website provides links to local businesses covering everything from auto-body shops to wedding locations. If you are looking for something to do, or someone to do something for you, this site may be helpful.
For events starting in the early afternoon and evening, find out what is happening at local bars, clubs, and restaurants.
Find out about upcoming events in the Johnson City area.