Photo: Chattanooga Skyline – View of downtown Chattanooga taken from Renaissance Park.
Published April 6, 2021
The Tennessee Conservative Staff –
Chattanooga, TN – The River City Company in Chattanooga is seeking feedback for the planning of events in 2021 in Downtown Chattanooga and One River Chattanooga seeks feedback to help shape the Riverfront.
By taking the River City Company Programming survey and sharing favorite places and past events, Chattanoogans and visitors to Chattanooga can help determine the type of events that come to Downtown this year.
River City Company states that they want to make visitors to Downtown feel welcome and safe.
Individuals who complete the survey are invited to enter to win a $100 gift card to a retailer, restaurant or attraction of the winner’s choice in the Riverfront District
The survey was jointly created by River City Company, Chattanooga Tourism Company, City of Chattanooga, SoundCorps, RISE, Caravan Tribe, Chattanooga Presents, Downtown Chattanooga Alliance, The West Village, The Enterprise Center and Friends of the Festival.
For over 33 years, River City Company, a private 501(c)(3) non-profit, has worked in partnership with local government, the private sector and the philanthropic sector to support Downtown Chattanooga.
River City Company states that, “Because a vigorous downtown is a prerequisite for a healthier city, we’re working to keep Downtown Chattanooga working.”
Another survey is available as well called the “One Riverfront Survey”.
This survey is intended to give the One Riverfront Chattanooga feedback to “help shape the Riverfront.”
In early March, One Riverfront hosted four Community Roundtables and heard from more than 1,700 people during their planning process.
However, if residents missed out on the roundtables, they can still have their voices heard by taking a short 4-question survey.
As with the other survey, individuals who complete the survey are invited to enter to win a $100 gift card to a retailer, restaurant or attraction of the winner’s choice in the Riverfront District.
One Riverfront Chattanooga states that, “Though Chattanooga has made significant strides over the past 30 years in reinvigorating its riverfront and downtown core, the Riverfront District has also grappled with the challenges of aging infrastructure and amenities, single-mode roadway design, and an imbalance of tourist and visitor activity relative to local use.”