7th Annual Glass Street LIVE Is Saturday

Block Party Celebrates Community

Friday, November 8, 2019
Glass Street LIVE
Glass Street LIVE

Glass House Collective and the Glass Street LIVE event committee invite East Chattanooga and surrounding neighborhoods for the 7th annual Glass Street LIVE. Featuring music, art and food, this community-led block party is located at Glass Street and North Chamberlain Avenue on Saturday from 12-5 p.m. 

With the goal of bringing neighboring communities together, Glass Street LIVE’s family-friendly festivities include a street party, a history museum pop-up, live mural paintings, a bounce house and freshly made food for purchase.

This year’s live performances highlight the various forms of gospel music and poetry performed by local artists such as DJ Kstylz, Caleb the Poet, Andreya Suttles, The Robinsons 3D and Image Novek. 

For more information visit the Facebook page.

Glass Street LIVE
Glass Street LIVE

CPD Announce National Night Out Is Cancelled

Intersection At Market And 7th Streets To Be Closed Sunday For A Crane Lift

Riverwalk Bridge At Scrappy Moore Field To Be Closed For Repairs On Monday


The Chattanooga Police Department announces that due to COVID-19, Chattanooga’s annual National Night Out is cancelled. But community members and police working together is still on, officials ... (click for more)

The intersection of Market Street and 7th Street will be closed all day on Sunday, for a crane lift. The public should use Broad Street as an alternate route or follow the detour signs. ... (click for more)

The Riverwalk’s bridge at Scrappy Moore Field will be closed Monday morning, due to repair work. (click for more)



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CPD Announce National Night Out Is Cancelled

The Chattanooga Police Department announces that due to COVID-19, Chattanooga’s annual National Night Out is cancelled. But community members and police working together is still on, officials said. In Chattanooga, National Night Out is traditionally held the first Tuesday of October. Neighborhoods and the CPD organize events that help residents and officers get to know one ... (click for more)

Intersection At Market And 7th Streets To Be Closed Sunday For A Crane Lift

The intersection of Market Street and 7th Street will be closed all day on Sunday, for a crane lift. The public should use Broad Street as an alternate route or follow the detour signs. View CDOT's map of road closures for full details and location of reported closures due to emergencies or construction. (click for more)

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