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City Services Adjusted for Inclement Weather

Based on current conditions and forecast, the City of Chattanooga will make the following schedule adjustments to its operations for tomorrow January 7th, 2022:

  • All essential employees will report for duty as normal; essential operations will run as normal.
  • Other, non-essential City employees will begin their workday on a two-hour delay, at 10am EST.
  • City buildings will reopen tomorrow at 10:00am EST.
  • Community Centers, which normally open at 10am, will open on a two-hour delay at Noon EST.

It is possible that conditions could change: Updates will be available on the City’s weather hotline (423-643-7998).

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