Contact DSD


City of Asheville Development Services Department contact phone numbers are staffed during regular business hours, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. till 5:00 p.m.

While the office is closed due to Coronavirus precautions, DSD staff will continue to work in accordance with all health guidelines and can be reached by phone and email:

Staff Directory

 

Inspector Directory

 

DSD Main Line: 828-259-5846
PAC@ashevillenc.gov

 

Planner of the Day: 828-259-5450
POD@ashevillenc.gov

 

Building Code Hotline: 828-259-5967
buildingsafety@ashevillenc.gov

 

Stormwater and Grading Hotline: 828-259-5670
stormwater@ashevillenc.gov

 


Schedule an inspection

 

Schedule next-day inspections by phone by 4:30 pm: 828-259-5946

Schedule next-day inspections online by 6:00 pm: https://services.ashevillenc.gov/CitizenAccess

1. Login to your Citizen Access account and search for your permit number

2. Click “Record Info”

3. Click “Inspections”

Resources:

 


Updated 03/11/2020


 

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