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A service of the Knoxville-Knox County Office on Aging.
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Government Information

Congressman Duncan’s Local Office: 523-3772

800 Market Street, Suite 110, 37902
For information on federal legislation or government benefits.  |  Website »

Knox County Commission Office: 215-2534

City-County Building, 400 Main Street, Suite 603, 37902
Provides online and paper versions of directory of local elected officials. Call to request paper copy.  |  Website »

Knox County Election Commission: 215-2480

TTY (for deaf only): 215-2954

Knox County Courthouse, 300 Main Street, Rm. 218, 37902
A person with a disability who is unable to get to polls may send the Election Commission personal and doctor’s statements of disability and be put on permanent absentee list to receive and return ballot by mail. Notarization no longer required. Persons age 65+ may request absentee ballot by mail for each election. Requests must include voter’s name, address, birthdate, Social Security number, and an original signature. Early voting begins 20 days before an election; call for information.  |  Website »

Knox County Help Line: 215-4357

Community Outreach
Offers information about county government to Knox County residents. Mon.-Fri., 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.  |  Website »

Knox County Legislative Delegation Office: 215-4924

To contact any of the Knox County state legislators about matters before the Tennessee Legislature.  |  Website »

Knox County Mayor’s Office: 215-2005

City-County Building, 400 Main Street, Suite 615, 37902  |  Website »

Knoxville City Council Office: 215-2075

City-County Building, 400 Main Street, Suite 460, 37902  |  Website »

Knoxville Mayor’s Office: 215-2040

City-County Building, 400 Main Street, Suite 691, 37902  |  Website »

Senator Alexander’s Local Office: 545-4253

800 Market Street, Suite 112, 37902
Serves constituents with information on federal legislation, government benefits, federal agencies and other concerns.  |  Website »

Senator Corker’s Local Office: 637-4180

800 Market Street, Suite 121, 37902
Serves constituents with information about federal agencies.  |  Website »

Social Security Administration

Local: 1-866-331-9091

National: 1-800-772-1213

TTY (for deaf only): 1-800-325-0778

8530 Kingston Pike, 37919
Apply for Supplemental Security Income (SSI), disability, and survivors’ and retirement benefits, based on eligibility determination. If appointment at local office is necessary, schedule by calling local number, Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Help at national number is available Mon.-Fri., 7 a.m.-7 p.m. First few days of month are busiest time.  |  Website »

Tennessee General Assembly: 215-4924

Toll-free: 1-800-449-8366

Tennessee Governor’s Office: 1-615-741-2001

First Floor, Governor’s Office, State Capitol Building, 600 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville, 37243-0001
Serves citizens who have questions or issues involving all state departments (such as TennCare, legislation, veterans affairs, retired state employees).  |  Website »

3-1-1, Knoxville’s Phone Number

Touch-tone phone: 311

Rotary phone: 215-4311

For information about city services, to request services and for information about city events. Mon.-Fri., 7 a.m.-5 p.m.  |  Website »

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P.O. Box 51650
Knoxville, TN 37950
The Office on Aging is a service of the Knoxville-Knox County Action Committee