Tennessee American Water Proudly Recognizes American Water Charitable Foundation 2022 Water and the Environment Grantee

Pictured left to right: Tennessee American Water president Grant Evitts, East Ridge city manager Chris Dorsey, Councilwoman Andrea Witt, Councilwoman Esther Helton, Mayor Brian Williams, Vice Mayor Mike Chauncey, Councilman Jacky Cagle, American Water Charitable Foundation board member & American Water vice president of External Affairs & Chief Inclusion Officer Val Armstrong.

The American Water Charitable Foundation awarded a 2022 Water and Environment Grant to the City of East Ridge, supporting communities served by Tennessee American Water.

“We appreciate the American Water Charitable Foundation’s support to the communities we serve through their Water and Environment Grant program,” said Tennessee American Water president Grant Evitts. “We are excited for the recipients and their unique projects which will enhance education and programming around the importance of water and expand their outreach.”

The City of East Ridge Camp Jordan Pond Pier Project will provide educational signage related to water quality and other water-related facts along with an ADA compliant boardwalk and fishing pier at Dickert’s Pond in Camp Jordan Park.