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Charting The Future By Design For Chattanooga’s Montague Park

Aerial view of Montague Park.
A.D. Engineering
Aerial view of Montague Park.

For more than a century, Montague Park in Southside Chattanooga has been home to many things: a city landfill, a recreation center and a sculpture garden.

Now, an urban design and landscape planning process will reimagine the park, to revitalize the space for this century.

Chattanooga Design Studio is guiding the process in partnership with the city’s Department of Parks and Outdoors as well as community stakeholders.

Eric Myers is the Studio’s executive director - and Scott Martin is the administrator of Parks and Outdoors.


Learn more about Reed Hilderbrand, the landscape architecture firm selected for the reimagining of Montague Park at reedhilderbrand.com.

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