In Your Community

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  1. East Ridge

    The City of East Ridge is located in the southeast corner of Tennessee on the Georgia border. With a location off of Interstate 75, the city is one that sees literally thousands of travelers making their way north and south through the United States.

  2. Lakesite

    Lakesite is one of Tennessee’s Three Star Communities for economic preparedness. Located 15 miles from downtown Chattanooga, the city is one offers some of the most beautiful lake site parcels in the region and is home to 1,845 individuals.

  3. Lookout Mountain

    Located high above the City of Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain has deep historical roots to the Civil War. Among some of the significant activities that occurred on the mountain was the “Battle Above the Clouds” which broke the rebel siege in Chattanooga.

  4. 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.

  5. Ridgeside

    Located on the eastern slope of Missionary Ridge, Ridgeside is home to 389 residents and a community of long time neighbors. Like Red Bank, the city is completely surrounded by Metropolitan Chattanooga.

  6. Signal Mountain

    The Town of Signal Mountain has a rich history beginning with Native Americans who used Brady Point to send smoke signals and later by Civil War soldiers who also used the area to send strategic messages. In 1873, Signal Mountain became a place where many of the area’s wealthy fled to get away from cholera. They found healing in the cool air and pure water.

  7. Soddy-Daisy

    Soddy Daisy is one of the fastest growing areas of Hamilton County. Formed in 1969 when the cities of Soddy and Daisy merged, the city has over 11, 530 residents according to the 2000 Census.