Street Services


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The City of Asheville is dedicated to enhancing citizens’ quality of life by maintaining, repairing and replacing streets and other related infrastructure. The City works to ensure a safe road system through proper maintenance, rehabilitation and replacement of failed segments of pavement and all other related infrastructure while upholding the highest regard for customer satisfaction. The city also strives to maintain and improve traffic conditions to strengthen citizens’ sense of community.

The City’s Streets Services Division of Public Works is responsible for the installation, maintenance, repair and revitalization of streets, bridges, walls, guardrail, tree trimming and mowing within the right-of-way, assist with graffiti removal, street sweeping downtown and snow removal from streets within the city’s jurisdiction.

 


Resources

City Maintained Street Inventory

Street and Alley Closings, Street Name Changes

Street Services Contact Information

 


Updated 03/02/2020


 

 

 

 

 

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Flood damages? Info on dedicated call center and local resources

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 Contractors to begin resurfacing Asheville streets, improving your driving experience

Asheville’s streets keep getting better, thanks to investments in annual resurfacing coupled with the bond program.   Two downtown streets will be resurfaced this year as part of the bond program. They include Carolina Lane and Langren Alley. Both alleys have been identified as beneficial pedestrian corridors and this resurfacing will improve the surface for both vehicular [...]

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Winter storm update: ART buses, City offices on a delayed schedule

    Thursday, Feb. 18 While Asheville remains under a Winter Storm Warning until 7 a.m. Friday, Feb. 19, City streets are wet but not frozen this morning. A City Streets crew member reported seeing ice on some trees. A mix of rain, sleet, ice and snow are still possible today through Friday morning. Find the National [...]