East Ridge To Hold Public Input Meeting On Town Center Project

Thursday, April 26, 2018

The City of East Ridge is setting into motion plans for its Town Center, located on Tombras Avenue. The plan includes an outdoor multi-purpose pavilion with restrooms and concession, which will be built on property to the rear of City Hall, totaling 3.7 acres adjacent to the old McBrien School.

The community public input meeting will be on Wednesday, May 2, at the East Ridge Community Center starting at 5:30 p.

m. The Community Center is on the City Hall Campus at 1517 Tombras Avenue. The Architects, Hefferlin + Kronenberg, and city staff will be on hand to answer questions and take notes on the information provided by those in attendance. Officials are interested in the public's suggestions and ideas for this project.  

Citizens who are unable to attend the meeting but want their input known can email city manager Scott Miller at jsmiller@eastridgetn.gov or Amanda Bowers, Community Involvement coordinator, at abowers@eastridgetn.gov.


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