The next meeting of the Asheville City Council will be held 5 p.m. Tuesday, November 15, 2022. The meeting will be held in City Hall, 70 Court Plaza on the second floor.
The Council meeting agenda is posted at this link.
Pursuant to North Carolina General Statute § 143-318.10 this will be an in-person meeting which the public can also access remotely by any of the following means found at https://publicinput.com/s7423
Where to Watch
The City Council meeting will be live on Charter/Spectrum Channel 193, streamed on the City’s YouTube Channel, or through the City’s Virtual Engagement Hub accessible through the front page of the City website.
Persons wishing to speak live at the meeting will be required to attend in person and must sign-up at the door before entering the Council Chamber.
Additionally, comments can be directly emailed to Council at any time at email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org by 12:00 p.m. on Monday, November 15, 2022.
Email and Voicemail Comments
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. the day of the City Council meeting.
Comments via email may be sent to: ashevillecitycouncilnov152022@PublicInput.com
Comments via voicemail may be left at 855-925-2801, meeting code 5297.
If you are attending the City Council meeting, free parking will be available in the two city employee parking lots along Marjorie Street after 4:30 p.m. the day of the meeting.
- Valley St. Parking Lot at 55 Valley Street
- Marjorie St. Parking Lot at 17 Marjorie Street
Face Coverings in Public Spaces
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.