It has been many days since the Asheville area has experienced significant rainfall and we are at a high risk of wildfires due to weather conditions, low humidity and gusty winds.
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The next meeting of the Asheville City Council will be held 5 p.m. Tuesday, December 12, 2023. The meeting will be held in the Council Chamber on the 2nd Floor of City Hall, 70 Court Plaza. Please join us in person or virtually. Click on the agenda link to find out what's up for consideration and discussion.
The City of Asheville, NC is pleased to announce Jeremy Knighton as Assistant Fire Chief. As part of our fire department’s commitment to continuous improvement, we are constantly assessing how we can best fulfill our mission. The role of overseeing emergency management within our City, as well as our community, has evolved significantly over the [...]
With winter quickly approaching, the City of Asheville Water Resources Department is encouraging our customers to follow best practices for the prevention of freezing water pipes.
Learn about projects near your neighborhood as well as programs, studies and updates to city-owned infrastructure and facilities like parks, streets, sidewalks and public works.