Council Priority Work Supporting Transportation and Accessibility

Employee Compensation Study

Council Priority (FY 2021-2022)
  • There is no Employee Compensation Study work related to Transportation and Accessibility in FY 2021-2022.

Reimagining Public Safety

Council Priority (FY 2021-2022)
  • There is no Reimagining Public Safety work related to Transportation and Accessibility in FY 2021-2022.

Reparations

Council Priority (FY 2021-2022)
  • There is no Reparations work related to Transportation and Accessibility in FY 2021-2022.

Utilization of ARPA Funding

Council Priority (FY 2021-2022)
  • Issued RFP for ARPA grants
  • Identify categories for ARPA grants
  • Identified guiding principles for use of ARPA funds

Related Projects

Reed Creek Greenway Expansion Feasibility Study

The City of Asheville received grant funding from the French Broad River Metropolitan Organization (FBRMPO) to conduct a $50,000 feasibility study for the remaining sections of the Reed Creek Greenway.

Sulphur Springs Road Resurfacing

Happening Now Asheville City Council has awarded the Sulphur Springs Road Resurfacing Contract to French Broad Paving, Inc. from Marshall, NC.  Sulphur Springs will be the last street resurfaced by 2016 General Obligation Bonds.   Paving is scheduled to begin after the completion of the ongoing stormwater project.   In general the steps of the resurfacing process are: The [...]

Biltmore Avenue Restriping

In the summer/fall of 2022, the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) will be re-paving and re-striping portions of US 25, including Merrimon Avenue and Broadway and Biltmore Downtown. 

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Public Works Streets Division – We’re on a Roll for You

  The City of Asheville Public Works Department currently maintains just over 400 miles of streets and nearly 200 miles of sidewalk within the city. With a 2022 calendar year budget just over 2 million dollars,  Streets division teams hit the streets,  tasked with carrying out the maintenance designed to safely keep our community moving.  Wyatt Street [...]

City of Asheville celebrates one year of free residential food scraps drop off sites

The City of Asheville is celebrating the results after one year of the free residential food scraps drop off pilot program. In 2022 so far, over 200,000 pounds (155 tons!) of organics has been diverted from the landfill.  Thanks to the participation of nearly 4,000 residents, this pilot program is reducing Greenhouse Gas emissions and saving [...]

City of Asheville announces the Carter St., Ann St., and Patton Ave. Stormwater Project to begin

The City of Asheville Public Works Department is pleased to announce the Carter Street, Ann Street and Patton Avenue stormwater project is about to get underway.  As the City begins making improvements to the area, you may encounter large equipment and other construction related impacts.  Preparations and initial work in the area is expected to take place [...]

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