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 ADA Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan

The City of Chattanooga is undertaking the development of an ADA Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan to identify and work toward removing obstacles that limit access by people with disabilities. Please check here for updates.

City of Chattanooga ADA Self Evaluation and Transition Plan

 

The City of Chattanooga has announced Public Outreach Meetings to communicate the findings of the ADA Self-Evaluation conducted from 2019-2021, in compliance with Title II of the ADA, and to gather community input regarding accessibility barriers to services, programs, and activities provided by the City of Chattanooga.

TWO IN-PERSON PUBLIC OUTREACH
MEETINGS TO BE HELD:
October 19th, 1:00pm & 5:30pm
Development Resource Center
Room 1-A, 1250 Market Street
Chattanooga, TN 37402

For accessible accommodations to attend either meeting or to have
this information in an alternate format, please contact
Citywide ADA Coordinator: Toni Morgan at
(423) 643-8240 or amorgan@chattanooga.gov

 

Standards

The following standards guide and inform the design and construction of all transportation elements within Chattanooga:


Other transportation related resources:

Transportation Planning Organization
Public transt: CARTA
TDOT
Chattanooga Airport
Public Bike Share: Chattanooga Bicycle Transit


 

Public Notice - City of Chattanooga Petition for Waiver - Patten Parkway Memorials

The City of Chattanooga hereby gives public notice of its intention to petition the Tennessee Historical Commission for a waiver that would allow it to relocate and rededicate three memorial features currently in Patten Parkway to one of two nearby locations. The memorials named as they currently exist in Patten Parkway east to west are one, American Legion Post 14 flag pole, two, World War II Monument, and, three, Marine Memorial. The City, after conducting two major public planning efforts, one, the Center City Plan 2014, and, two, the Innovation District Plan, 2018, as well as a series of steering committee and stakeholder meetings, has determined that Patten Parkway is due for a major renovation and rehabilitation. Further, the City has determined through recent stakeholder and steering committee design meetings that the space of Patten Parkway will be vastly improved by a new plaza design that will offer a more flexibility of use and that with the new design, the memorials can be relocated and rededicated in a way that brings renewed honor to those wars veterans so memorialized. The City has established two proposed new locations for the rededicated memorials, one, at the end of the axis of the new Patten Parkway on land historically controlled by the American Legion Post 14, designed as a plaza at the terminus of the new public space of Patten Parkway. Two, on city-controlled property of the current Phillips Park, two blocks away, appropriately located within view of the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium and the historic Hamilton County Courthouse. The City has the support of the American Legion Post 14 for the first location, but does not yet control that property and is submitting the second location as another viable and appropriate location. A copy ofthe City’s Petition for Waiver and supporting documentation will be available at no cost upon written request to the Chattanooga Department of Transportation, 1250 Market Street, Suite 3030, Chattanooga, TN, 37402. These materials are also available at this link.

 

Administration
Development Resource Center
1250 Market Street, Suite 3030 (map)
Chattanooga, TN 37402
Office Hours: 8 am to 4:30 pm
Phone: (423) 643-5950

Request new or report problems with existing traffic control devices by calling 311, (423) 643-6311, or by visiting CHA311.com.

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