In observance of the Labor Day Holiday, City of Asheville offices will be closed September 5, 2022. Here is a look at how City services will be affected.
ART bus services
The City of Asheville ART service routes and facilities will operate on a holiday schedule Monday, Sept. 5, which is the same as the Sunday bus schedule (see schedule below). The Labor Day holiday is one of six holidays throughout the calendar year that ART offers bus service. For route info, visit RideTheART.com.
The Sanitation office will be closed.
- There will be no trash, recycling, or brush collection on Labor Day, September 5th. Sanitation collections will operate Tuesday through Friday instead.
- The collection day for ALL customers — except for those in the Central Business District — will be one day later than normal this week, so service will run September 6th-9th.
- The Central Business District will be serviced on their regular Wednesday schedule.
- There will be no scrap metal or appliance collection during the week of September 5th.
Anyone with a collection issue should call the Customer Service line at 828-251-1122.
Parks and Recreation
All City of Asheville Parks and Recreation Department community centers will be closed.
The following facilities will be open:
- Recreation Park Pool open for last days.
- Hours: noon to 6 p.m. Sept. 3-5
- Malvern Hills Pool is already closed for the season.
Other Entertainment or Recreational facilities open on Sept. 5
- All City parks
- Asheville Municipal Golf Course
- Asheville Skate Park
- Aston Park Tennis Center
- the Western North Carolina Nature Center
- Riverside Cemetery (office will be closed)
Emergency response and water-related issues
Water Resources staff will be available for water-related emergencies 24 hours a day over the holiday weekend. Customers can call the customer service line at 828-251-1122 to report water related emergencies, leaks, breaks, and no water calls.
All public safety services, including police, fire and emergency response, will operate according to normal schedule — 24 hours a day, seven days a week.