How City Council makes decisions

City Council makes decisions in Council Meetings, taking into account many sources of information such as Council Committees, City staff reports, and community presentations.

City Council Meetings

Asheville City Council meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at 5 p.m. in the Council Chamber located on the second floor of City Hall. The meeting agenda is posted at 3 p.m. the Friday before the meeting date.

Current Meeting Agenda

Meetings of Asheville City Council are televised live on the Asheville City Channel at the time of the meeting.

NOTE: The Asheville City Channel is on Charter Cable channel 193 and on AT&T U-Verse channel 99.

On-Demand Recordings of current-year City Council meetings are available for viewing online here. To view meetings that aired before January 2011, please direct email requests to Community Relations.

To view on-demand videos, use Windows Media Player (version 8 or higher). For best results, use the Internet Explorer browser.

The City of Asheville also posts City Council Meetings to our YouTube Channel for easier viewing.

City Council Committees

City Council Committees operate as policy review and discussion arms of City Council. The committees provide an opportunity to explore implications of policy alternatives and the policy development process while serving in an advisory capacity to the City Council as a whole.

Learn more about City Council Committees.

 


Contact Information

Maggie Burleson
828-259-5601