Greenway Committee


The mission of the City of Asheville’s Greenway Committee is to advise the Multimodal Transportation Commission and City staff on the implementation of a system of greenways within Asheville by integrating City and County Parks and Transportation plans while educating and engaging the public and advocating for funding. The Greenway Committee consists of at least seven members and up to eleven members. All are appointed by the Multimodal Transportation Commission. The term of office is three years.

 


Regular Scheduled Meetings

 

First Thursday of each month, 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Police/Fire Training Room, on the fourth Floor of Municipal Building located at 100 Court Plaza.

Notice: November 7, 2019, Greenway Committee Meeting is moved to November 14th for the Greenway Committee Retreat from 3:30 pm to 7:00 pm located at Rich Lee’s Office, 141 Asheland Avenue, Suite 201.  The public is welcomed.

Notice of cancellation: December 5, 2019, Greenway Committee Meeting is cancelled due to attending the Carolina Thread Forum in Mooresville, NC.

 


Members

 

Click Here for Greenway Committee Application.

 

Meetings Agendas and Documents


Date
Documents
2019/09/05 9/5/2019 Documents
2019/10/03 10/3/19 Documents
2019/11/14 11/14/19 Greenway Committee Retreat Agenda

 


Review and Resource Documents

 

2017 Annual Report

2018 Annual Report for Greenway Committee

 


Updated 10/17/2019

 

 

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Greenway Committee News

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Asheville City Council takes next step toward reinstating at-large elections and nonpartisan municipal primaries  

    Asheville City Council took a step closer to amending its charter to reinstate at-large elections for all Council members and nonpartisan Council primaries by holding public hearings on the matter during their Sept. 24 meeting. The City’s charter is listed in Chapter 1 of the Municipal Code, posted on the City’s website.   During the [...]

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Asheville City Council moves Sept. 24 meeting to USCC Banquet Hall

Update: Because tonight’s Ashville City Council meeting is offsite, we will not be able to show presentations on the live stream. For people who want to follow along, here is a link to them however. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1MZfE6Ak7hnvzkAE5VvKjYp_oUreuZNuy?usp=sharing   Original post: The next formal meeting of the Asheville City Council will be held at 5 p.m. Sept. 24 in [...]