Work Supporting Well-planned and Livable Community

FY 2023-2024 Accomplishments

  • There is no FY 2023-2024 work related to Well-planned and Livable Community in FY 2023-2024.

FY 2022-2023 Accomplishments

  • There is no FY 2022-2023 work related to Well-planned and Livable Community in FY 2022-2023.

FY 2021-2022 Accomplishments

  • Open Space Task Force completed proposed changes to the City’s open space zoning regulations
  • City Council approved Urban Centers initiative
  • Implementation of Hotel Regulations has resulted in a minimum of $1,006,000 to either the affordable housing trust fund or reparations fund
  • Increased community engagement to build community resilience
  • Created the Office of Data and Performance
  • Increased police training opportunities
  • Integrated community paramedic program with City public safety
  • Consolidated 911 with Buncombe County
  • Moved noise complaints and animal control to Development Services Department
  • Issued RFP for ARPA grants
  • Identify categories for ARPA grants
  • Identified guiding principles for use of ARPA funds

Related Projects

AVL Unpaved

Happening Now April – May 2023: neighborhood and public community meetings to share information regarding trail development. January 2023: Trail designed to flag trails in Phase 1 to make any design adjustments needed for the typography of the trails.    Background Asheville Unpaved is a community-supported initiative, led by Asheville on Bikes, Pisgah Area SORBA, and Connect Buncombe, dedicated to [...]

Shiloh Culvert Rehabilitation

Happening Now The Stormwater Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) Program of the City of Asheville Public Works Department is preparing contract and bid documents for relining the existing culverts that run under Shiloh Park.  In February, representatives from the Stormwater CIP program attended the Shiloh Community Association’s monthly meeting to share this project with the residents.   Background The three [...]

Missing Middle Housing Study

The purpose of the study is to identify regulatory or policy barriers that negatively impact the production of housing supply and to develop recommendations to help Asheville prioritize next steps to better align regulations with city goals. 

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