2020 // Signal Mountain

(Above) Photo by Morgan Nowland


Serene Beauty


With stunning views of the Tennessee River Valley and the city of Chattanooga, Signal Mountain boasts quality schools and countless housing options, all while providing its residents with plenty of natural beauty.


Did You Know?

In 1925, just six years after the charter was granted for Signal Mountain, the community was comprised of 200 homes. Today, Signal Mountain boasts approximately 3,000 homes and a population over 8,000.


From traditional brick homes to modern condos and even wood cabins, Signal Mountain is located on Walden Ridge and truly has something for everyone. The Signal Mountain Historic District dates back to the early 20th century and is reflected in the district’s period homes and summer cottages. Notable neighborhoods in the area include Grandview, St. Ives, Hidden Brook, Fox Run, Boulder Point, Carriage Hill, and Raptors Roost. Newer developments include Wild Ridge, Signal Forest, The Cove at Signal Forest, GreyHawk Trails, and Union Stables. The 390-acre Flipper Bend subdivision, offering large wooded lots and luxury outdoor amenities, will continue development in 2020. 



A quick trip down Signal Mountain will take you to large employers such as CHI Memorial, Erlanger, and Parkridge hospitals, as well as BlueCross BlueShield, TVA, Unum, EPB, Cigna, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and city and county governments.




Signal Mountain residents are a short drive from downtown Chattanooga and its thoroughfares that lead to the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, Knoxville, Birmingham, Atlanta, and Nashville. Roberts Mill Road and Taft Highway connect to Highway 27, which extends to I-24 and I-75.




Thrasher Elementary and Nolan Elementary are options for parents wishing to enroll their young children in public elementary school, while Signal Mountain Middle/High School serves older students. Another option for children in grades K-5 is Signal Mountain Christian School, the area’s private school, and there is even a homeschool organization on the mountain.




Numerous family medical, dental, and pharmaceutical care services operate on Signal Mountain, and major hospitals such as CHI Memorial, Erlanger, and Parkridge are also a short drive away. Nationally recognized retirement community Ascension Living Alexian Village offers memory care, assisted living, independent living, rehabilitation, and therapy.