Asheville City Council will continue meeting in person at 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 22, at Harrah’s Cherokee Center – Asheville Banquet Hall, 87 Haywood Street.
The Council meeting agenda is posted at this link.
Where to Watch
The meeting will be streamed on the City’s YouTube Channel which can be accessed through the YouTube icon on the front page of the City’s website or through the City’s Virtual Engagement Hub also accessible through the front page of the City website.
The public can communicate with the Council by emailing them directly at any time – firstname.lastname@example.org
In Person Comment
For the in-person meeting, anyone wishing to speak live at the formal meeting will be required to attend in person and must sign-up at the door.
Presentations at the Meeting
For those wishing to make a slide or PowerPoint presentation at a formal meeting of City Council, the presentation must be submitted to Maggie Burleson at email@example.com by 12:00 p.m. on Monday, March 21.
To accommodate those who do not yet feel secure attending in person, or those who have other barriers to participating in person, City Council will continue to accept remote comments via email or voicemail through the Engagement Hub until 9 a.m. Tuesday, March 22. Comments via email may be sent to: AshevilleCityCouncilMar222022@publicinput.com
Comments via voicemail may be left at 855-925-2801, meeting code 4617
Parking Available in Civic Center Garage and Rankin Avenue Parking Garage
Due to an event at Harrah’s Cherokee Center – Asheville on Tuesday, March 22, City Council attendees may park in either the Civic Center Parking Garage or the Rankin Avenue Parking Garage as space is available on a first come first served basis. If you park in one of the two parking garages, please notify Parking staff upon arrival that you are attending the City Council meeting.
Covid Safety Guidelines
City of Asheville buildings no longer require face coverings, in coordination with the lifting of the face mask mandate by Buncombe County. However, public health officials still strongly recommend wearing them, especially in crowded indoor spaces.
While the public is no longer required to wear face coverings in City of Asheville buildings, it is highly encouraged.