Those of us who live, work, and play in and around Asheville know how magical our mountain city can be.
We all have ideas and opinions on how to keep it that way – or even make it better. One way to share those ideas with City leaders is to take part in City issued surveys on a variety of topics.
The information shared by the community is used to inform future decisions, plans, and goals.
Check out the latest surveys – and make your voice heard.
Plastic Reduction Community Survey – Open through April 30
Asheville City Council is considering a local ordinance to prohibit single-use plastic bags and polystyrene take-out containers. As we continue to look into single-use plastic reduction initiatives, the City would like your feedback. Community members are invited to take this short survey to help inform next steps and recommended actions.
College/ Patton bike lane Survey – Open through May 5, 2023
The City is seeking public input on the College Patton Bike Lane Project design. This project proposes to add buffered bike lanes in the core of Downtown on College Street between Spruce Street and Pritchard Park and on Patton Avenue between Pritchard Park and Biltmore Avenue.
Emergency Operations & Continuity of Operations Survey – Open
The purpose of this survey is to gather information on the community’s perspectives on emergency preparedness, response, and recovery, as well as to understand how the City of Asheville can continue to improve. We will take all survey feedback into consideration as we continue to develop these plans. By participating in this survey, you can help shape the future of emergency preparedness in our community.
Pack Square Visioning and Art in the Heart – July 7 , 2023
he City of Asheville and Buncombe County are partnering with McAdams Company to document the community’s vision for a more equitable, accessible and inclusive Pack Square Plaza, which sits in the heart of downtown Asheville and serves as a social and economic hub for the region.
Your Voice, Your Choice – Open
The City of Asheville is taking additional steps to connect with people whose voices are often missing from decision making processes. “Your Voice, Your Choice” is an opportunity to sign up to receive invitations to participate in the matters most important to you.