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Public Notice

HUD Environmental Review Record for The Villas at Swannanoa
Posted June 15, 2021 


Public Notice

$1.6M CDBG Program Income / Sale of Charlotte Street Parcels (White Labs)

The City of Asheville has prepared a draft Amendment to the 2020-21 Action Plan, a summary of which can be found here. The Amendment to the Annual Action Plan for 2020-21 sets out how the City of Asheville plans to allocate an estimated $1.6 M in Community Development Block Grant Program Income (CDBG PI) funds.

The staff report and resolution will be posted on the internet after 3 p.m. on Friday March 19, 2021 and is also available at the Community and Economic Development Department, Fifth floor of City Hall, upon request. A public hearing on the plan will be held virtually at the City Council meeting starting at 5 p.m. on Tuesday March 23, 2021, with a formal vote to follow on April 13, 2021.

Information on how to submit public comment at the meeting as well as access to live streaming can be found at

Written comments should be sent to: Paul D’Angelo, Community Development Program Director, City of Asheville, P.O. Box 7148, Asheville, NC 28802 (, to arrive by April 12 2021.



The Fiscal Year 2021 – 2022 CDBG and HOME Applications process is closed.

The deadline for all CDBG/HOME applications was 12:00 p.m. noon, February 05, 2021. 





Updated 7/21/2021


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