Maps


City of Asheville – Map Asheville

Map Asheville is an advanced GIS user interface for exploring zoning and other information about the City of Asheville.

 

Downtown Map

The Map Asheville Downtown Map provides information in the Central Business District from the City of Asheville.

 

Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

The City of Asheville creates and maintains GIS applications that allow users to view data in maps, download and analyze spatial information.

 

Historic Aerial Maps

The Historic Aerial Map Viewer compares areas of Asheville from 1951, 1963, and 1975 to current images.

 

Historic Districts & Landmarks

The Historic Districts & Landmarks map identifies the city’s Local Historic Districts and Local Historic Landmarks, as well as National Register Districts.

 

Interactive Zoning Map

Search City of Asheville zoning districts by address, property identification number (PIN) or owner’s name.

 

TRC Development Map

Technical Review Committee projects submitted from 2015 to present.

 

 

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Maps News

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Asheville’s Urban Center zoning initiative moves forward to Planning & Zoning Commission

    The Urban Place Form Code District heads to the Planning & Zoning Commission on July 7 as part of the Urban Centers rezoning proposal, initiated by the Asheville Department of Planning & Urban Design.   Urban Centers are a component of the City’s Comprehensive Plan, Living Asheville. They are intended to foster [...]

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City of Asheville releases StoryMap about City-owned property and Urban Renewal 

  The City of Asheville has released a new StoryMap explaining which City-owned properties came from Urban Renewal.   With assistance from UNC Asheville faculty, City staff researched, identified, and mapped existing City-owned properties acquired through three Urban Renewal projects in Asheville. The Urban Renewal and City-owned Property StoryMap shows which City-owned properties came from [...]

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Historic Resources Commission honors two volunteers for restoring and caring for the South Asheville Cemetery

    Each year, the Historic Resources Commission awards an individual or individuals in the community who by word or deed has kindled among the citizenry of Asheville and Buncombe County an appreciation for the history or historic resources of the area. The Historic Resources Commission is pleased to honor this year’s recipients, George Taylor and George [...]