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Public Safety Committee to meet remotely June 25 and here’s how to participate 

  Top priority is the safety of our community and to minimize the spread of COVID-19 while conducting City business   The Asheville City Council Public Safety Committee will hold a remote meeting at 3:30 p.m. June 25. The agenda is posted to the City website here.  There are three options for providing public comment and several [...]

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Asheville City Council continues remote meetings with many ways for public to participate

    The June 23 Asheville City Council meeting will be held remotely. Due to the locally declared State of Emergency and the State Phase 2 Safer at Home order, there will be no public attendance at this meeting. This includes news media.     The agenda is posted at this link.  City Council wants our [...]

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City of Asheville to hire independent team to review methods, tactics used during recent protests

  During Asheville City Council’s June 9 meeting, Asheville Police Chief David Zack reported to Council that the City of Asheville had hired a transparency engagement advisory firm to assist the Asheville Police Department with disseminating public information. These advisors from Cole Pro Media are here to help us deliver our messages in a transparent and [...]

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Urban Forestry Commission to meet remotely June 15 and here’s how to participate

    Top priority is the safety of our community and to minimize the spread of COVID-19 while conducting City business   The City of Asheville is pleased to announce the return of board and commission meetings beginning with the Urban Forestry Committee on June 15.  The City is phasing in virtual board and commission meetings. Please visit the City’s virtual

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City of Asheville water transfers to the town of Black Mountain  

  Black Mountain customers who have received their water from the City of Asheville will now instead get it from the town of Black Mountain. About 415 customers are directly affected by this switch.  The initial testing is set for June 8. This move is designed to: Increase water pressure in a lower-than-normal pressure area. Clearly define service areas for [...]

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Asheville City Council continues remote meetings in June and here’s how you can participate

  Top priority is the safety of our community and to minimize the spread of COVID-19 while conducting City business   The June 9 Asheville City Council meeting will be held remotely. Due to the locally declared State of Emergency and the State Phase 2 Safer at Home order, there will be no public attendance at [...]

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Asheville SkatePark to close while plaza area is installed

  Improvements will begin at the Asheville SkatePark on June 8.  The building located inside the park will be demolished and removed and a new concrete plaza will be built in the cleared space. The project is planned to take approximately four weeks, depending on weather conditions. The skatepark will be closed for the duration of [...]

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Medic support area established for downtown public assemblies

  Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer, City Manager Debra Campbell, Asheville Police Deputy Chief James Baumstark and Lieutenant Brandon Moore met with UNC Asheville Chancellor Nancy Cable, UNC Asheville students and others who provided medical supplies during Tuesday’s demonstration.     The discussion focused on ways to enhance communication and collaboration. The City of Asheville agreed to reimburse the staff [...]

Asheville Community and Economic Development disperses over $3 million to local businesses during COVID-19

The City of Asheville may not be open physically, but City Staff are working hard to ensure that projects are moving forward and businesses are supported. As an example, the Community Development Division (CD), in partnership with the City’s Finance Department, has disbursed over $3 million to local businesses and nonprofits [...]

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Dozens of City of Asheville streets to be resurfaced this season

  Three local paving contractors begin their work with the City of Asheville this month, resurfacing streets. Together they add up to $8 million of investment in upkeep on a combined 8.6 miles of City streets. Two of these are bond projects, the other two were awarded as Fiscal Year 2019 and Fiscal Year 2020 resurfacing contracts. Weather [...]

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