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Three images of Chattanooga, including the skyline and river

Nooga residents already proudly call their home a “City in a Park.”

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There’s chatter in Chattanooga about the future of Scenic City.

Chattanooga has been nominated by the National Park City Foundation to become the first official National Park City in the US, a prestigious nomination that highlights the city’s efforts to make it “greener, healthier, and wilder.”

Here’s where you come in, NOOGA: The city is looking for the community to help create the story. Show your support by signing up to “Join the Journey” and learn how you can contribute to the movement.

Help Nooga earn National Park City status

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