Please visit this site for information about COVID-19 testing locally.


To access information on this new resource and any additional resources related to city assistance, please visit here.​

Under the current CARES Community Development Block Grant Program financial distribution plan, the City of Chattanooga was allocated $938,930.

The Tennessee Supreme Court has extended the “State of Emergency” order to May 31, thereby extending the time that local courts will remain closed, giving time for judicial districts to submit plans.

Monday-Friday, 8AM-6PM / Saturday, 10AM-3PM / Sunday, 10AM-2PM

For up-to-date, reliable, and accurate information about the Coronavirus (COVID-19), residents and organizations can call the Health Department's hotline listed above. Organizations can ask for the following sector-specific information:

  • Businesses

  • Schools and Daycares

  • Nursing Homes

  • Faith-based Communities

  • Restaurants

  • Colleges and Universities

The following are actions being taken by other local organizations to keep residents updated:

See our Advocacy page for information on contacting your local representatives and share what supports are needed for you and your family as a result COVID-19. If you have time, please share with us the concerns you are facing here.

Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise

1500 Chestnut Street, Suite 102

Chattanooga, TN 37408

P 423.756.6201

F 423.756.3851


Hours: M-F, 9 AM - 5 PM

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