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Stringers Ridge Trail Closures

Due to a mudslide during recent storms, the following sections of Stringers Ridge are currently closed:

  • Cherokee Trail from Bell Ave trailhead to Baldydash
  • Valdeau Crossing Trail.
  • Bell Ave parking area.

The City encourages trail users to park at Spears Ave & enter trails from there. 

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New Park Reservation System


The City of Chattanooga has a new reservation system where you can reserve a spot in an Outdoor Chattanooga program or reserve one of our many park amenities with ease and convenience. Users can view notifications, inbox messages and calendars; browse and register for programs and rent facilities; and print receipts, view account statements, and pay balances. You can access the system here or through the 311 App, available on Apple and Google Play.


Play and Picnic at Sterchi Farm

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Come check out the new pavilion with picnic tables at Sterchi Farm and play on the envrionmental artwork adventure trail - Clamber, Scramble, Traverse.  Additional new amenties include bathrooms and updated parking. 


Check out this great video on the Clamber, Scramble, Traverse Adventure Trail! 

Greenway Farm Rental Facility Upgrade

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The City is working with Hefferlin and Kronenberg Architects on renovations at the Greenway Farms Conference Center. With input from a community survey and meeting, plans are complete. Construction will be underway later this year. 





To preserve and enhance the quality of the physical environment and infrastructure through prompt, cost effective and courteous delivery of services which protect the health, safety and welfare of citizens.  

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