Halls Business & Professional Association, Inc.
Welcome to the website for the Halls Business and Professional Association (HBPA).
Our Association is comprised of Business Owners, Professionals, Clergy, First Responders, Residents, and Elected Officials that live and/or work in the Halls Crossroads Community who believe in making our community a great place to live, fellowship, and shop.
The HBPA sponsors many projects in the Halls Community such as community beautification, the Halls Christmas Parade, Trunk or Treat, and several Halls area school events.
We have annual events to raise funds to fuel these projects such as our Christmas Gala and a Prayer Breakfast on Good Friday.
HBPA members have a monthly Luncheon at Beaver Brook Country Club on the third Tuesday of each month (except December). The lunches are $15.00 for a great meal and a guest speaker to provide positive and encouraging messages to improve the overall well-being of our community.
Thank you for visiting our website. We would love to have you join us in all of our efforts to make Halls Crossroads great!
Halls Crossroads is an unincorporated area in North Knox County, immediately north of the city limits of Knoxville, TN in the 37938 zip code (population approximately 17,884 residents). The “crossroads” are Emory Road and Maynardville Highway. Halls is named for Thomas Hall (1758-1833) who moved to the area in 1796 from North Carolina. Mr. Hall served in the Revolutionary War and distinguished himself when he was imprisoned by the British at the Siege of Charleston. For his service, the United States awarded him a parcel of land on the north side of Black Oak Ridge which is today part of the Halls community. The historical Thomas Hall Cemetery is located off Rifle Range Road, near Maynardville Highway and descendants of Thomas Hall still reside in the Halls community.
The Halls community is served by six public Knox County schools, i.e., Adrian Burnett Elementary, Brickey McCloud Elementary, Copper Ridge Elementary, Halls Elementary, Halls Middle, and Halls High. For more information about Halls and the immediate area click on the link below.