A Family Centered Subdivision in Knoxville, Tennessee
Established in 1997, our West Knox neighborhood is comprised of 171 homes and is zoned for Farragut Schools.
Please review the Restrictive Covenants of WG before making any changes, additions or repairs to be certain they conform to the covenants (including mailboxes).
As a resident of WG you are under constructive notice to abide by ALL of the Restrictive Covenants.
The Restrctive Covenants, RC Amendments and By-Laws may be accessed by clicking on the above blue link or may also be found under the DOCUMENTS tab at the top of this page and going to Restrictive Covs., By-Laws, Pool Waivers, etc.
Contact the WGHOA Board with any questions.
If you need a new replacement mailbox conforming to the Restrictive Covenants, then click here
Welcome to our neighborhood website. There are many new features that will help everyone to communicate better. Please take some time to familiarize yourself with the site. You may use the forum to post suggestions. Security to the site allows only neighborhood members to go beyond the home page. Please click on the sign up box to verify membership.
Check back here for the next community meeting details.
Another reminder regarding the pool, Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:00 am to 10:00 am is the designated adult swim schedule.
Be advised if you come to the pool and your dues are current, and your FOB does not work, it probably means we did not receive a completed pool waiver form. In order to activate the fob for pool access, we must have a signed waiver on file.
You can download a pool waiver form from the Documents Tab at the top of this page to complete and return.
If you would like to reserve the clubhouse this summer please use the link found on this page - Clubhouse Party Reservation. There are no parties allowed unless reserved in advance.
> 10-yr. population growth: 13.6% (20th highest)
> Oct. unemployment rate: 4.8% (25th highest)
> Poverty rate: 16.7% (10th highest)
> Life expectancy at birth: 76.1 years (8th lowest)
Tennessee has one of the worst violent crime rates in the nation. There were more than 600 violent incidents reported per 100,000 residents last year, much higher than the national rate of 373 incidents per 100,000 Americans. The state also has among the highest poverty rates and lowest incomes in the country.
Living in conditions of poverty or in areas with high crime has been shown to have harmful effects on residents’ mental and physical well-being. This appears to have been a factor in Tennessee, where 22.9% of adults report being in less than optimal, the third highest proportion in the country and well above the national proportion of 14% of adults reporting such poor health.
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