Shelby County Growth Plan
- Shelby County Growth Plan (complete)
- Shelby County Growth Plan (map only)
- Shelby County Board of Commissioners Resolution adopting the Growth Plan
- Shelby County Board of Commissioners Resolution adopting the Rural Areas
- Annexation Agreement between the Municipalities
Annexations since 1998
- Map of annexations by the City of Memphis, 1998-present
- List of annexations by the City of Memphis, 1998-present
Maps of Annexed Areas
Note: some of the maps and other materials on this page were drafted by the Office of Planning and Development; others were drafted by the Mapping Bureau of the City of Memphis Engineering Division.
- Map of annexations by the City of Memphis, 1819-2014
- Map of annexations by the City of Memphis, 1827-1967
- Map of annexations by the City of Memphis, 1998-present
- Map of annexations by the City of Memphis, 2004-present
- Map of Southwind-Windyke B
Acreage, Population and Ordinance Numbers of Annexations
- Acreage of annexations by the City of Memphis, 1960-2006
- Population of annexations by the City of Memphis, 1819-2000
- Annexations by the City of Memphis with Ordinance and Study Area Numbers, 1819-2006
Annexation Reserve Areas
- Annexation Reserve Areas - revised to show recent annexations
- Annexation Reserve Areas with the former Memphis 3- and 5-mile extraterritorial boundaries
- Annexation Reserve Areas (pre-Chapter 1101, as of 1995)
Report: Petition for Annexation Project
2005 Report conducted by the City of Memphis Engineering Division on the fiscal impact of several potential commercial annexations.
Shelby County Municipalities over the Years
Click here to view a series of maps that demonstrate corporate boundaries of Shelby County municipalities over the years.
- 1897. This map shows the recently incorporated towns of Manila, Madison Heights, Idlewild, Lenox and Binghamton. These towns were eventually annexed into the City of Memphis. Detailed maps of the boundaries of these five towns may be downloaded here: Binghamton, Idlewild, Lenox, Madison Heights and Manila.
- 1960. This map predates the rather extensive annexations made by the City of Memphis in the 1960s, as well as any significant expansions of the suburban jurisdictions that were also to occur in the following decades.
- 1990. In an effort to prevent a merger of the Memphis City Schools and Shelby County Schools that had been proposed in 1990, some pursued the formation of a new county to be named Neshoba. This county was never legally formed.
- 1995. The Cities of Memphis, Millington, Bartlett, Arlington, Germantown and Collierville had annexation agreements with one another prior to the passage of Public Chapter 1101 (see below). This map reflects the scenario under which all of the reserve areas were annexed to their respective municipalities.
- 1997. This map reflects the incorporation of all municipalities that were in some various stage of incorporating under the newly enacted "Tiny Town Law" of 1997 (Public Chapter 98).
- 2015. The Tiny Town Law was ruled unconstitutional by the Tennessee Supreme Court, so the municipalities reflected in the 1997 map were not legally formed. Instead, the Tennessee General Assembly passed Chapter 1101 in 2000. In 2014, the General Assembly changed the annexation laws of the state requiring annexation by referendum. This map reflects the jurisdictional boundaries of the Shelby County municipalities after these two events.
Report from 1967
Annexation: A Must for a Growing Memphis
This was a report written by the staff of the Memphis and Shelby County Planning Commission in 1967. It is posted on this website as historic reference material. Click on the following links below to download specific sections of the report:
- Map: History of Annexation, 1827-1967
- Map: Annexation Study Areas
- Map: Pending Annexations
The following materials are related to the Strategic Footprint Review Task Force Committee formed in 2016 to look at the City's footprint.
Ordinance 4292 related to Sewers and Sewer Disposal of Annexed Areas
Map of the Gray's Creek sewer lines and extensions proposed in 2012
MTAS De-annexation Presentation, August 22, 2016 This presentation outlines various states' approaches to citizen-led de-annexations.
Presentation materials, August 11, 2016 - Strategic Footprint Review Task Force
Presentation materials, August 25, 2016 - Strategic Footprint Review Task Force
Presentation materials, October 13, 2016 - Strategic Footprint Review Task Force
Presentation materials, February 2, 2017 - Strategic Footprint Review Task Force
PFM's financial analysis of de-annexation, January 2017
De-annexation survey results presentation, March 23, 2017
De-annexation survey results (data set by area)
Plans of Services for Individual Annexations
Annexations by the City of Memphis
- Berryhill (plan of services)
- Berryhill (annexation report)
- Berryhill (annexation study)
- Berryhill (map of annexation area as originally proposed)
- Berryhill (map of annexation area as approved)
- Berryhill (Chancery Court findings of fact and conclusions of law)
- Berryhill (consent final judgment)
- Bridgewater (map)
- Bridgewater (annexation study)
- Countrywood-Eads (plan of services)
- Countrywood (Cordova-Countrywood annexation study)
- Countrywood (annexation study)
- Getwell West
- Hickory Hill (annexation study)
- Hickory Hill (settlement agreement)
- Hillshire - (annexation study)
- Hillshire - (plan of services)
- Hillshire - (consent final judgment)
- Raleigh North
- South Cordova - Plan of Services
- South Cordova - Map
- South Cordova - Annexation Report
- Southeast Industrial Corridor
- Southeast Shelby Co. Extended (map)
- Southeast Shelby Co. Extended (annexation study)
- Southwind-Windyke - (plan of services)
- Southwind-Windyke - (map of areas A and B)
- Southwind-Windyke - (annexation report)
- Southwind-Windyke - (settlement)
- Collierville High School Property
- Saffron Hill Property
- Hinton Park Property
- Southwest-1 Area
- Southwest-2 Area
- Southwest-3 Area
- Southwest-4 Area
- Southeast-1 Area