Mayor Kelly Announces Federal Grant for Chattanooga Rail Study

Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly is thrilled to announce that the City of Chattanooga has earned a $500,000 federal grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Corridor ID Program to fund a comprehensive study to develop the scope, the cost, engineering, and other requirements needed to establish Amtrak passenger rail service on existing alignments between Nashville, Chattanooga, and […]

Help End Homelessness with EPB and the Homeless Coalition

For the second year, EPB will raise awareness about how to help end homelessness by donating to the Chattanooga Regional Homeless Coalition’s Flexible Housing Fund. Contributions to the Flexible Housing Fund through EPB’s Connect For Good go directly to help people experiencing homelessness get back into permanent housing. Last year, Connect For Good raised more than $67,000 for […]

City of Chattanooga’s Neighborhood Services Division opens applications for Neighborhood Action Grant 2023- 2024

The City of Chattanooga’s Department of Neighborhood Services and Development announced today that applications for the Neighborhood Action Grant 2023-2024 will open on Monday, October 16th. Neighborhood Associations, HOAs, and other registered neighborhood-based organizations within Chattanooga city limits can apply for grants of up to $2,500 to fund projects that strengthen community bonds. The grant application period […]

Chattanooga awarded $12.5 million for ‘Freedom Homestead,’ a multi-behavioral community to address needs of veterans experiencing homelessness

Frontline Response, a faith-based non-profit headquartered in Atlanta, made the award for the national pilot project against other major cities. No local taxpayer dollars are involved in the project. Mayor Tim Kelly, on behalf of the City of Chattanooga, is thrilled to share a major investment that will contribute significantly to supporting a vulnerable population […]

Tennessee American Water Proudly Recognizes American Water Charitable Foundation 2023 Water and Environment Grantees

Recipients include four nonprofit organizations across Tennessee American Water The American Water Charitable Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization established by American Water, the largest regulated water and wastewater utility company in the U.S., recently announced four organizations were awarded a Water and Environment grant, supporting communities served by Tennessee American Water. “We are pleased that the American […]

Health Department Relaunches the Step ONE Teaching Garden Grants Program; Accepting Applications through September 7th

The Hamilton County Health Department announces the Step ONE Teaching Garden Grants Program, which focuses on addressing the issue of childhood nutrition by encouraging youth and their families to make healthier food decisions. The Teaching Gardens introduce positive skills such as balanced nutrition, teamwork, and responsibility to students at a young age. These gardens are […]

EPB and TVA Present $60,000 in STEM Grants to 15 Chattanooga Area Schools

The Tennessee Valley Authority, in partnership with EPB and Bicentennial Volunteers, Inc. (a TVA retiree organization), awarded $60,000 in STEM grants to 15 schools in EPB’s service area. These schools are among the 238 schools across TVA’s service area to receive $1 million in grants to develop science, technology, engineering, and math education projects to […]

Winners Announced in TVFCU’s $175,000 Idea Leap Grant

Throughout the week of May 8, Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union (TVFCU) brought their 6th Annual Idea Leap Grant to its conclusion with pitch competitions in Cleveland, Dalton and Chattanooga. A total of 11 entrepreneurs pitched their small business plans and expansion goals, each taking home a grant between $10,000 and $30,000. “For the first […]