Red Bank

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Red Bank was incorporated on June 21, 1955, and its 6.5 square miles is entirely encompassed by the City of Chattanooga. Red Bank is located within 10 minutes of downtown Chattanooga.  Over 11,651 citizens enjoy excellent schools and community facilities.

During the Civil War, Red Bank was used as a hideout by General William T. Sherman prior to the Battle of Chattanooga and was the site of a major battlefield hospital following the Battles of Chattanooga and Chickamauga. This hospital became the model for the mobile army surgical hospital (MASH) units. Learn more about Red Bank.
Red Bank was incorporated on June 21, 1955 and its 6.5 square miles is entirely encompassed by the City of Chattanooga. Red Bank is located within 10 minutes of downtown Chattanooga. The 11,817 citizens enjoy excellent schools and community facilities.

During the Civil War, Red Bank was used as a hideout by General William T. Sherman prior to the Battle of Chattanooga and was the site of a major battle field hospital following the Battles of Chattanooga and Chickamauga. This hospital became the model for the mobile army surgical hospital (MASH) units. Learn more about Red Bank.