Transparency

Open government is the governing philosophy which states that citizens have the right to access the documents and proceedings of the government to allow for effective public oversight. The City of Asheville wholly supports this concept and seeks to actively engage the community in our governmental processes. The City recognizes transparency is important to good government and stands behind its record of providing access to public records.

   
       

Elected Officials

Meet City Council

Voting Records

City Council Committees Council's Strategic Operating Plan
Budget

FY 2018-2019 Process Budgets From Previous Years  
Meetings

City Council Agenda City Council Minutes Boards & Commissions 
Permits

Online Permit Search    
Audits

Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports    
Public Records Requests

How to Request Public Records Open Record Portal - Submit Request  
Local Taxes

Current Tax Rates    
Master Plans

City Plans    
Online Services

Online Services    
Open Data

Open Data Asheville     Council Resolution  
Get Involved!

Boards & Commissions Volunteer Opportunities  
Citizen Survey Results
2008
Report Part 1    Subgroup Comparison
Report Part 2    Benchmark Report
Report Part 3    Open Ended Question
 
Citizen Survey Results
2015
Community Livability Report
The Dashboard - Summary of Findings
Trends Over Time
Geographic Crosstabs
Demographic Crosstabs
Open Ended Question
Technical Appendices
   
Citizen Survey Results 2018

Community Livability Report

Dashboard

Demographic Crosstabs

Geographic Crosstabs

Open-End Report

Supplemental Online Results

Technical Appendices

Trends Over Time

   

CONTACT INFORMATION

Communication & Public Engagement
Second Floor, Asheville City Hall
8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday
P.O. Box 7148, Asheville, NC 28802
(828) 232-4507

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