Chattanooga Parks and Outdoors Unveils Vision Plan for Montague Park

This evening, Chattanooga Parks and Outdoors joined Chattanooga Design Studio, Montague Sculpture Fields, Chattanooga Football Club Foundation, Clinicos Medicos, landscape architects with Reed Hilderbrand and HK Architects and the community, to unveil the vision plan for Montague Park. The Montague Park Vision Plan is a collaborative and forward-looking plan that elevates Chattanooga’s largest downtown park […]

Application Pick-Up for LIHEAP Will Begin October 2

Hamilton County residents in need of energy bill assistance will be able to apply for The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) The Office of Family Empowerment will host a drive-thru application pick-up event to kick off the 2023-2024 fiscal year of The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). This program provides assistance for income-eligible Hamilton County […]

City of Chattanooga announces plan to generate renewable energy and enhance the biosolids program at Moccasin Bend Environmental Campus

Mayor Tim Kelly: “This one is a win no matter how you look at it.”  At yesterday’s monthly meeting of the Industrial Development Board, the City of Chattanooga unveiled plans to install a waste-to-energy system that will convert the city’s wastewater into a renewable energy source at its Moccasin Bend Environmental Campus (MBEC). Waste-to-energy systems […]

Mayor Kelly: ‘Today is a great day to be a Chattanoogan’

Hundreds of community members lined Market Street to celebrate and honor Captain Larry Taylor, a Chattanoogan who is the latest recipient of the Medal of Honor.  On behalf of the City of Chattanooga, Mayor Tim Kelly would like to thank the community for an overwhelming show of patriotism and pride during Monday’s Welcome Home Parade […]

Patriot Day and “Welcome Home” Parade to Honor Captain Larry Taylor

The Coolidge National Medal of Honor Heritage Center (Heritage Center) announced today they are working with Hamilton County, the City of Chattanooga and the Chattanooga Area Veterans Council to hold a special Patriot Day and “Welcome Home” Parade to honor Army Captain Larry L. Taylor, a native of the city and an American war hero. […]

Kelly Administration unveils policy playbook to expand affordable housing in Chattanooga

First-ever Housing Action Plan provides City with a cohesive roadmap to improve the housing ecosystem, increase the number of affordable rental homes, and expand homeownership across Chattanooga. Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly and Chief Housing Officer Nicole Heyman today unveiled the City’s first-ever Housing Action Plan: A comprehensive policy and program toolkit to address Chattanooga’s affordable housing […]

City of Chattanooga hires first-ever Director of Housing Policy

The position will report directly to Chief Housing Officer Nicole Heyman to support the City’s efforts to expand affordable housing opportunities. The City of Chattanooga is pleased to announce the hire of its first-ever Director of Housing Policy, a position which will oversee the city’s implementation of its housing objectives and services and work to […]

First two residents of Chattanooga’s 3D-printed shelters placed into permanent housing

The temporary shelters were built in collaboration with Branch Technology and Olivet Baptist Church. The first two residents who enrolled in the City of Chattanooga’s 3D-printed shelter 12-month pilot program have been placed into permanent housing, with assistance from Chattanooga’s Office of Homelessness and Supportive Housing. The initial residents were housed in 30 days, beating […]

Mayor Kelly formalizes cooperative agreement with war-tornUkrainian city

Brad Cobb and Daniel Wiens to co-chair Mayor’s Working Group to Support Trostyanets as efforts kick off to aid new peer city Mayor Tim Kelly formalized a new partnership between the City of Chattanooga and Trostyanets, Ukraine Tuesday in a virtual signing ceremony beamed across the Atlantic ocean. Trostyanets Mayor Yurii Bova and Mayor Kelly […]

Mayor Tim Kelly designates August Older Adults Month and announces Aging with Grace event

Mayor Tim Kelly today signed a proclamation declaring August Older Adults Month in Chattanooga and announced Aging with Grace, a July 29th gathering for older adults hosted by the Mayor’s Council on Livability and Aging, his advisory panel whose mission is to positively impact the lives of Chattanooga’s seniors.  “Chattanooga’s roughly 65,000 seniors are an important […]