Downtown Chattanooga

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Volunteer for Clean and Green Happening on April 21st January 30, 2018

Every year, hundreds of volunteers help us make Downtown Chattanooga Clean and Green in celebration of Earth Day. Mark your calendars, sign up to volunteer and submit ideas for special projects to help us make 2018's event the best yet.

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Southeast Creative Placemaking Leadership Summit in March January 30, 2018

​Beyond Big Cities: Creative Placemaking in Southern Small Towns and Rural Communities presented by The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking in partnership with South Arts and ArtPlace America, and supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, is coming to Chattanooga in March. We’d love to see you there.

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The Camp House: See What's Happening on MLK January 30, 2018

The Camp House serves as a city commons where people work, meet and collaborate around food, drink and social events. Hear their story from Matt Busby, Director of The Camp House. 

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Holiday Market in Miller Plaza November 28, 2017

It's the most wonderful time of the year! Come to the Waterhouse Pavilion in Miller Plaza for a variety of downtown retailers with unique and local holiday gifts on December 13 from 5:30-7:30pm. You'll also be serenaded as you shop by some of our talented local school groups.  

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'Making History' for 31 Years November 28, 2017

How did River City get started? How have we changed over our 31 years of working to keep downtown working?  NewsChannel 9 and Josh Roe's "Making History" segment featured our CEO Kim White earlier this month to give you a quick overview of the work we're doing every day to make Downtown Chattanooga the place to live, work and play. 

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Two-Way Streets Public Meeting November 28, 2017

Recommended in both the Chattanooga Forward Downtown Task Force and our City Center Plan in 2014, the Chattanooga Department of Transportation (CDOT) is studying the possibility of converting the downtown one-way streets back to two-way streets. On Thursday, December 7 at the Development Resource Center (1250 Market Street, Room 1A), join CDOT to learn more about the study, the particular streets being reviewed and how to be involved. 

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