Calling all dogs and their owners! The French Broad River Dog Park just received repairs and improvements including 5 tractor and trailer loads of new mulch and 100 tons of screenings. Crews in Asset Management with Asheville Parks & Recreation worked diligently to prep, repair and complete improvements to the dog park. The French Broad River Dog Park, 508 [...]
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Beginning on Thursday, Sept. 19, the City of Asheville will begin a series of monthly informal, open house/community meeting opportunities to meet with businesses and residents who are interested in producing special events within Asheville city limits. Whether the event is held on public or private property, indoors or outside, the objective is to help guide [...]
Fifteen miles of Asheville roads ride smoother, following the City’s 2019 bond and capital fund paving. And the City’s new Asphalt Preservation Project helped expand the number of streets maintained, while saving taxpayer dollars. The process can be likened to sealing a deck instead of just letting it rot. Instead of letting these streets [...]
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About the redesign
We're in the process of creating a new website for Asheville from the ground-up with simple, mobile-friendly designs, more intuitive organization, and clear content.
Throughout the redesign process, we've been collaborating with people like you to inform the direction and usability of the site. Please continue to send us your thoughts.
Where are we in the process?
For the past few months, we've been working closely with content creators, City colleagues, and the public to rewrite service information and to design features that better meet your needs.