Projects


The Parks and Recreation department has many projects underway to bring exciting improvement to the City of Asheville to provide opportunities for living, learning and leading a full and productive life. Parks and recreation benefit individuals and neighborhoods while having a positive impact on economic growth and environmental preservation. Check out the following projects to learn more about projects in motion.

 

 

Jake Rusher Park Bond Project

 

Memorial Stadium and Mountainside Park Bond Project

 

North Asheville Park Improvements

 

Outdoor Court Renovations Bond Project

 

Parks Tree Initiative

 

Playground Renovations Bond Project

 

Richmond Hill Park Bond Project

 

Southside Recreation Facilities

 

Tempie Avery Montford Center Complex Improvements

 

 

 

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Projects News

Richmond Hill Park Pavilion and restroom facility
Richmond Hill Park bond project completed

Asheville Parks & Recreation is excited to announce the completion of another bond project that enriches the quality of life in our community.  Construction is complete on a new community picnic shelter and restroom facility at Richmond Hill Park, 280 Richmond Hill Drive.  Key features of this project include a covered picnic shelter, winterized restrooms, an [...]

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WNC Nature Center to reopen Oct. 5

  Pre-opening for members only begins Sept. 28   The City of Asheville Parks & Recreation department is very pleased to announce the reopening of the WNC Nature Center to the general public on Oct. 5.   Visitors will notice a few changes since their last visit. To ensure the safety of the public, staff, and the resident animals that [...]

Outdoors bike skills course
Bike skills park to be built at Richmond Hill Park

  Construction will soon begin on a new bike skills park located within Richmond Hill Park (see concept map and skills board below).   The project is a collaboration between the City of Asheville Parks & Recreation Department and Pisgah Area Southern Offroad Biking Association (Pisgah Area SORBA). This addition to the park is a natural surface [...]