Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise is excited to launch a web page dedicated to the elevation of local neighborhoods and their work. We will be working with local partners to spotlight work, highlight exciting events and provide links to more detailed information about local efforts.
We encourage you to use this page to explore how you can get involved in your community. If you would like to add something to this page, please contact Alexa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rossville Blvd Action and Planning (RAP) is a grassroots organization seeking to bring about participatory, equitable and sustainable change in and around the Rossville Blvd corridor to grow and stabilize the local economy. They consider people, homes, schools, businesses and organizations the resources that make up our local economy. The group hosts a quarterly business networking meeting for BLVD area businesses. For more information, please visit RAP on Facebook.
Chattanoogans in Action for Love, Equality and Benevolence (CALEB) is a member-based organization whose purpose is to bring together an institutional coalition of faith-based, labor and other community organizations in order that their constituents gain a powerful voice in public affairs and issues in the wider community. CALEB has recently taken on the issue of bail reform and will convene a gathering of its members this year to determine its next issues. CALEB meets every second Thursday at 6:30 PM at First Centenary United Methodist Church (433 Oak St, Chattanooga, TN 37403). For more information, please visit www.calebcha.org.
Siempre Juntos is an opportunity for residents and community members interested in collaborating neighborhood efforts across Alton Park, Clifton Hills, and East Lake. The group just recently launched and meets the second Monday of every month from 6:30 to 8 PM at various neighborhood locations. For more information please visit www.togethercha.org.