Chattanooga Gas employees are inextricably woven into the communities we are privileged to serve. You might see our crews working in your neighborhood or find us at community events.
We welcome opportunities to visit schools to educate students about careers in natural gas and natural gas safety. Additionally, the second week in May is Volunteer Week at Chattanooga Gas.
First Tee Program
Chattanooga Gas made a total donation of $171,500 since January to fund First Tee programs in 39 Hamilton County elementary schools. The program teaches basic skills of golf, character lessons and health education.
March of Dimes “March for Babies” Walk
Chattanooga Gas employees and family members participated in the March of Dimes, March for Babies Walk event at the Tennessee River Park on April 28, 2018. Employees raised $615 to support the March for Babies event.
Stepping Up with Internships
Chattanooga Gas is pleased to once again participate in the Step-Up Chattanooga internship program for 2017. Launched in January 2016, this internship program for Hamilton County Department of Education high school sophomores, juniors and seniors is designed to address the challenges faced by both businesses and students in a complex, changing global economy. Learn more.
Utility Scam Awareness
In February, Chattanooga Gas, Tennessee American Water and EPB came together for a public awareness campaign around utility worker imposters. Learn More
Energy Assistance Help Line
In January, Chattanooga Gas and WRCB partnered for the eighth straight year to provide natural gas customers with information on how to find assistance with heating their homes. Customers were able to call throughout the day to speak with a Chattanooga Gas employee or volunteer about the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).
The second week in May is Volunteer Week at Chattanooga Gas. In 2016, a group of employees helped with clean up at the banks of the Tennessee River Gorge.