Mayor Tim Kelly Appointed to Tennessee State Workforce Development Board

Appointed by Gov. Bill Lee, Kelly will provide leadership and guidance on workforce development strategies to fuel economic growth and vitality statewide Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly today announced his appointment to the Tennessee State Workforce Development Board, which provides leadership and guidance on workforce development strategies that promote economic growth and vitality for the state.  […]

Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly fills four key roles in city government

Shadrina Booker, Chris Sands, Richard Beeland and Phil Noblett appointed to fill critical roles in the Kelly Administration Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly this week announced four key appointments to fill the roles of director of community engagement, city attorney, administrator of economic development, and executive director of community safety and gun violence prevention. The appointments […]

Chattanooga readies for smart, sustainable growth with release of Mayor Tim Kelly’s Climate Action Plan

Series of community-informed, scalable actions will protect Chattanooga’s natural resources while positioning the City to lead in the emerging green economy Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly today published the city’s  Climate Action Plan, a growth strategy that will safeguard Chattanooga’s quality of life and invest in global competitiveness amid changes to the climate and international economy. […]

Kelly Administration Kicks Off Accelerated Affordable Housing Action Plan

City establishes community-wide working group, welcomes new consultants with a week-long series of events The Kelly administration is set to accelerate the creation and preservation of affordable housing through its One Chattanooga Affordable Housing Action Plan, which kicks off this week in an effort to expedite solutions that increase housing opportunities for all Chattanoogans. With […]

City Announces Funding Opportunities to Incentivize Development of Affordable Housing Units

Nearly $3 million in federal funds available for developers, landlords, and non-profit organizations to build, preserve, and rehabilitate affordable homes Nearly $3 million in federal funds will become available to support the creation of affordable housing units across Chattanooga beginning in July 2023, as part of three local programs managed by the City’s Division of […]

Chattanooga Requests Proposals for New Permanent Supportive Housing Complex

City to begin soliciting proposals to transform Airport Inn into 70+ units of supportive housing, amidst record-breaking progress in rapidly housing residents experiencing homelessness The City of Chattanooga will begin soliciting proposals this week to identify contractors to transform the dilapidated Airport Inn property located at 7725 Lee Highway into a new permanent supportive housing […]