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Q: Is OCA open for business?

A: Yes and no. In response to the City of Chattanooga’s direction to close offices for a specific period, the City Attorney’s Office at 100 E. 11th Street, Suite 200, closed. Staff are only available through email or phone calls at this time.

OCA has tried to answer many Frequently Asked Questions here. Please continue to check the website for updates on deadlines, meetings, and other activities.

If you don’t find the information you need or still need to contact staff, please direct your questions/comments to the following emails:

 

Also, City Attorney staff may be reached at (423) 643-8250. Please note that messages will be checked at least once a day and response may be slower than by email.

 

Q: Will the City Council still meet?

A: The regularly scheduled City Council meeting for _____________________ has been cancelled. The rescheduled meeting date is dependent on guidance from the City Council and the Hamilton County Health Department and meeting room availability. All agenda items will automatically move to the rescheduled meeting agenda. The City Council Clerk will post the rescheduled date on its website, provide notification of the date change through a legal notice in the newspaper, and change the meeting date on the posted zoning notice signs.

OCA will answer many Frequently Asked Questions here. Please continue to check the website for updates on deadlines, meetings and other activities.

Please email cityattorney@chattanooga.gov if you’d like to be added to the City Attorney’s Office notification list.

Phillip Stevens