Bond Project Information


City staff looks forward to delivering quality projects to the Asheville community. Over the next few months staff will focus on developing project plans, schedules and communication tools. Project progress will be communicated through different tools and community meetings over the course of the next 7 years including quarterly updates to City Council.

 

2017 Presentation to Council – (February 7, 2017)
2016 Presentation to Council – (December 13, 2016)
City Source Article – (November 9, 2016)
Understanding Bonds and the Referendum Process
2016 Bond Referendum Process Timeline

 


Projects

 

The $74 million of bond projects are categorized by three programs of work: Parks, Housing, and Transportation. The projects within these programs supplement projects that are already in the City’s Annual Operating Budget and Capital Improvement Program (CIP).

View the Dashboard for CIP and Bond projects and visit the Project Map.

 


Parks

 

The $17 million of parks projects support the completion of major improvements to five parks and recreation facilities; acquiring land for parks; and improving outdoor courts, playgrounds and ball field lighting throughout the city.

 

Parks and Recreation Bond Project Information

 

Parks Project Pages

Jake Rusher Park
Wesley Grant Center Phase II
Montford Center Complex Improvements

 


Housing

 

The $25 million for housing affordability provides additional support for the Housing Trust Fund and other programs that assist in creating diverse and affordable housing choices. It also enables the City to re-purpose city-owned land for development that supports housing affordability.

 

Housing Program Bond Project Information

 

Affordable Housing Webpage

 


Transportation

 

The $32 million of transportation projects support the completion of road resurfacing and sidewalk improvements; new sidewalk and greenway projects; and pedestrian safety projects such as bus shelters, accessible crossings, signals, and traffic calming.

 

Transportation and Infrastructure Bond Project Information

 

Transportation Project Lists

Bond Road Resurfacing List
Bond Bus Shelter Location List
Bond Traffic Calming List

 


Resources

 

Interactive Project Map – view proposed bond investments along with projects in the current capital improvement program.

Property Tax History and Context

Benchmark Study Results

Bond Referendum Overview

Bond Video

Presentation

Focus Area Flyers

Affordable Housing Score Card

Citizen Survey Results

Parks and Recreation Master Plan

Asheville in Motion (AIM) mobility plan

Transit Master Plan

2013 Greenway Master Plan Updates with Map

2015 Housing Needs Assessment and Market Study

Ballot Language

 


Contact Information

 

Vicky Haskell, Capital Projects
828-232-4566

 


Updated 11/12/2019


 

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