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A Unifying Vision for Montague Park

The Chattanooga Design Studio recently shared “A Unifying Vision for Montague Park” website and plans for the future of the park.

NOOGAtoday | Sculpture Fields at Montague Park

Montague Park has an exciting future coming soon.

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The Chattanooga Design Studio recently launched “A Unifying Vision for Montague Park” website, which details a plan for a unified + enriched future for the park.

The project will aim to bring together three important community resources: Sculpture Fields, Chattanooga Football Club Foundation, and Main Street Farmers Market.

The planning process includes three phases — discovery and site analysis, vision and testing + refining and projecting — that will take place over the next six months.

This project is a community effort, and folks can weigh in to discuss the future of the park at the first public engagement meetings on Tuesday, May 23. A morning session will be held at La Paz + and an evening session will be held at Parkside Hall — the sessions are free and open to the public, just make sure to RSVP.

Bonus: Sign up for email updates regarding the plan’s progress + future events.

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