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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.

 

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 project submitted from 2015 to present

 

 

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2020 City of Asheville initiatives: What to look for in the new year

With a new year comes new programs, facility improvements and projects to improve our community. Here’s a look ahead at 10 Asheville City government initiatives as we ring in not only a new year, but a new decade  in 2020.     Civic Center gets Harrah’s Cherokee name  The year 2020 will start with excitement for the newly named Harrah’s Cherokee Center — [...]

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City of Asheville to host a community conversation on hotel development

  In September, Asheville City Council approved a temporary moratorium on the approval of new hotels, which means that no hotel development applications will be approved for a year. The purpose of the moratorium is to allow the City time to further study the issues surrounding tourism and assess the impacts of hotel development, both real [...]

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City Council approves 1-year Asheville hotel moratorium 

    No hotel approval applications will go before City Council for a year, under a hotel moratorium approved by Council at their Sept. 24 meeting.   City staff will use this time to work with the Urban Land Institute Charlotte on a planning process to include two community engagement sessions, analysis of the hotel industry, [...]