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New Parks Coming!
In June, City Council approved the Parks and
Outdoors Plan, the first of its kind in 25 years. The four main goals are to Fix, Build, Connect and Preserve.

In September 2023, City Council approved the
creation of a Parks and Outdoors Advisory
Committee to lead these efforts and help secure funding.

Lynnbrook Park (17th St, Chattanooga)
In May, we broke ground on the 1.4 acre park that will bring a creek rehab, playground and native vegetation that will bring joy the neighborhood.

Provence Park (3300 Provence St)
In July, Parks and Outdoors met with the Brainerd community to design a park near the tunnels. We are in the design phase of the project with hopes to break ground in mid Spring of 2024 for a new neighborhood park.

Chattanooga Skate Park (1801 Reggie White Blvd)
We are in the design phase with California Skate Park Design for a new $3 million concrete skate park to begin construction in late 2024.

Broad Street/Ross’s Landing
A new vision for Ross’s Landing and Broad Street. A multi-year project that will change the riverfront, bringing more play! Follow along at

Montague Park (1800 Polk St)
Late in September, Parks and Outdoors unveiled the vision for Montague Park, a 47 acre park that host the Sculpture Fields and Chattanooga Football Club Foundation’s youth programs, providing a connection full of trails, native gardens and more! Full plan at

Recent Enhancements for all
New turf at Warner Park.
New lights at Brainerd Tennis Courts and Skatepark
Enhanced water features for Coolidge Park
Fountains and native planting
Several new pollinator gardens and meadows
New upgrades at Spears Ave trailhead at Stringer’s Ridge. And the list goes on.

Chattanooga Parks and Outdoors
200 River St
Chattanooga, TN 37405
(423) 643-7866

City of Chattanooga - Special Events
200 River St
Chattanooga, TN 37405


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