2017 // Red Bank & East Ridge

Red Bank

Convenience and Affordability

Just minutes from downtown, Red Bank residents enjoy one of the lowest costs of living in Hamilton County while being a short drive from shopping, healthcare, and employers. 

Did You Know?
Red Bank was known as Pleasant Hill in the mid-1800s. When they received a post office, they had to rename the community because Pleasant Hill, Tennessee, already existed.

Real Estate: Residents of Red Bank can choose from a variety of housing options, from gated communities to townhomes, to cottages and smaller homes.

Top Employers: Residents of Red Bank are minutes from top employers located in North Shore such as Serodino, Inc., Roadtec, Chattanooga Bakery Company, and Southern Champion Tray, and many other downtown employers.

Transportation: Resting adjacent to Highway 27, residents can easily reach downtown Chattanooga as well as major interstates that lead to top employers, the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, Knoxville (I-75 N), Atlanta (I-75 S), Nashville (I-24 W), and Birmingham (I-59 S).

Education: Students attend Alpine Crest Elementary School  and Red Bank Elementary, Middle, and High schools. Private schools in and around the city of Chattanooga are a short drive away.     

Health and Wellness: Red Bank is home to Erlanger North Hospital, which includes 24/7 emergency care and numerous other medical services. Chattanooga’s three largest hospitals: Erlanger, CHI Memorial, and Parkridge Medical Center are minutes away.

East Ridge

Family-Friendly Convenience

Between Chattanooga and North Georgia, East Ridge is conveniently located and provides family-friendly neighborhoods.

Did You Know?
East Ridge became a fully incorporated town on April 4, 1921, when the General Assembly passed House Bill No. 1271, Chapter 569 of the Private Acts of Tennessee. East Ridge’s population was 300 people then.

Real Estate: A mostly suburban town, East Ridge residents have numerous options for housing including very affordable single-family homes and townhomes.

Top Employers: Residents have easy access to top employers downtown and those located in East Ridge, including Parkridge Hospital. 

Transportation: As East Ridge borders both I-75 and I-24, residents have multiple entry points to major roadways and are minutes from the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, most major employers, and interstates that lead to Atlanta (I-75 S), Knoxville (I-75 N), Nashville (I-24 E) and Birmingham (I-59 S). 

Education: Students attend East Ridge Elementary and Spring Creek Elementary schools in addition to East Ridge middle and high schools. Several private schools are close by and within short commutes.

Health and Wellness: East Ridge is home to Parkridge East Hospital, a 128-bed, full-service, acute care hospital. Surrounding the same complex, medical plazas include a number of family medical care services.