Located only 5 minutes
from Chattanooga, Tennessee, and about 90 minutes north of
Atlanta, Georgia, Fort Oglethorpe is a fascinating city with
a history rich in local and national color. We were home to
the 6th Cavalry and the WAC’s. Generations of
Americans serving their country entered or left their
service through the gates of our city. Fort Oglethorpe also
serves as the entrance to the Chickamauga National Military
Park, the oldest and largest of America's Civil War Parks.
Fort Oglethorpe, Chattanooga, and the Tennessee River Valley,
are wonderful places to live, to visit, and to remember. Please enjoy
our site and plan to bring your friends and family to visit us soon!
Council Meetings are
typically held the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month.
The public is encouraged to attend.
City of Fort Oglethorpe now has a Facebook page to help keep our
Citizens informed about what is going on in and around our City.
We encourage you to "Like" our page to receive updates. Click
on the Facebook logo to be directed to our page.
City of Fort
Oglethorpe Council Meeting for Monday, January 26, 2015
THOSE WHO SERVED
In this edition,
Council Lady Paula Stinnett interviews Fort Oglethorpe American
Legion Chairman Jack Sharp and Rolling Thunder President Kenny
Hensley about events scheduled in February.
This edition of Table
Topics with Mayor Lynn Long and special guest Fire Marshal Glenn
Davis covers fire safety in the home during the winter months.
The City of Fort
Oglethorpe and Republic Services are working together to inform our
Citizens about keeping Fort Oglethorpe Clean and Green.
Recycling is vital for keeping a bright future for our kids.
information, call Republic Services at
or click on the link below:
STAY SAFE, STAY
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City of Fort Oglethorpe sells surplus items online at: