Asheville City government offices will be closed April 15 for spring break.
City Manager Debra Campbell is pleased to announce that Bridget Herring has been named as the new Sustainability Director.
City of Asheville staff has compiled all of the input received so far in the process and reviewed it for themes that can be found here on the project page. Following the themes on the page, there is an opportunity to provide input. The Information was collected from: 2 Focus Groups with Chair/Vice Chairs and community [...]
The City of Asheville Community & Regional Entertainment Facilities Department is soliciting qualified companies to manage the day to day operations of the municipal golf course. In February a Request For Qualifications was issued with a closing date of March 22, 2022. After companies submit Letters of Interest and Statements of Qualifications, [...]
With ample opportunities for community members 50 years of age and better, the schedule for Asheville-Buncombe Senior Games and SilverArts includes six weeks of competitions, demonstrations, and fellowship to exercise the mind and body.
The City of Asheville is building a new, environmentally conscious (LEED certified) Public Safety Station just north of downtown at 316 Broadway Street in the 5 Points neighborhood, near UNC-Asheville. A Call for Artists has been issued to find an artist or artist team for a public art project at the new building. Opportunities for [...]
Beginning March 9, individuals interested in joining Asheville Parks & Recreation’s team of seasonal laborers can walk in for immediate interviews on Wednesdays from 12:30-2:30 p.m.
Key Takeaways Homelessness is a community-wide issue that requires a community-wide response. The City is responding daily while also working with partners on longer term solutions to address homelessness. Community opinions differ on best approaches. City continues to address criminal behavior as well as increased monitoring and clean-up of parks and other public property. City has procedures it implements [...]
Update, 6:45 a.m. January 7 Asheville’s roads are largely dry this morning, as a winter weather system skirted north of the City overnight, leaving instead below freezing temperatures and a Wind Chill Advisory for parts of the mountains. Asheville Public Works Streets crews worked overnight to address any spots of black ice that formed [...]
Update: The shelter closed at 10 a.m. January 4. Original post, January 3 Buncombe County announces a Red Cross emergency shelter for those without power at Trinity Baptist Church Click here for more information.
Update, January 5 The agenda item, open spaces, has been pulled from the January 5 Planning and Zoning meeting agenda. Original post, January 3 The City of Asheville Department of Planning and Urban Design is bringing development-related zoning updates to the Planning & Zoning Commission at 5 p.m. January 5 and then to the City [...]
After more than three years of construction, the North Fork Dam Improvement Project is complete and fully operational. The improvements provide long-term benefits by automating the decision-making element through capacity and safety measures, including reinforcing the earthen dams for seismic stability, providing additional spillway capacity to safely pass water from large precipitation events, and improved [...]