West Knoxville is the section of Knoxville, Tennessee, USA, that lies west of the city's downtown area. It generally stretches from Sequoyah Hills on the east to the city's border with Farragut on the west. West Knoxville is concentrated around Kingston Pike, and along with Sequoyah Hills, includes the neighborhoods of Lyons View, Forest Hills, Bearden, West Hills, Westmoreland Heights, Cedar Bluff, and Ebenezer. "West Knoxville" originally referred to the area immediately west of Second Creek, i.e., what is now Fort Sanders and the University of Tennessee campus, which were incorporated as the City of West Knoxville in 1888. This city was annexed by Knoxville in 1897, and Fort Sanders and UT are now considered part of Downtown Knoxville. Continued improvements along Kingston Pike, namely the paving of the road to the county line in 1892 and the laying of trolley tracks to Lyon's View Pike in 1913, encouraged westward expansion.