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Mapping A City’s Future Through Plan Chattanooga

Plan Chattanooga logo.

Chattanooga is growing. So is the rest of Hamilton County.

How should we plan for future growth and development - for neighborhoods, housing, transportation, infrastructure, businesses, parks, rural areas?

The Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Agency is now leading parallel initiatives with community input to create detailed area plans across the map.

One process, Plan Chattanooga, covers the city - and the other, Plan Hamilton, covers other areas across the county.

Dan Reuter is the RPA’s executive director.

A map of planning areas for Chattanooga and Hamilton County.
A map of planning areas for Chattanooga and Hamilton County.

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