September is Emergency Preparedness Month. Take time to prepare yourself, your family and your home before you face an emergency
The next meeting of the Asheville City Council will be held 5 p.m. Tuesday, September 26, 2023. The community is invited to attend in person or watch in real time 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.
The Neighborhood Advisory Committee invites all of Asheville to gather for a day filled with neighborly interaction, learning, and fun for the whole family at the Festival of Neighbohoods - Sept. 30 . This event is aimed at bringing together neighbors from all corners of Asheville with the primary goal of strengthening the bond between residents, neighborhood associations, and local organizations to create a harmonious and thriving community.
In the event of an emergency, you need to know where you can turn for information, advice, or even a helping hand. There are resources, both locally and nationally, to help you weather any storm.
Check out who's on What's up AVL! this week as members of the Neighborhood Advisory Committee tell us about all the food, fun and festivities planned for the Festival of Neighborhoods taking place Sept. 30.
Thank you to those you attended the 9-11 Remembrance Ceremony.
The next meeting of the Asheville City Council will be held 5 p.m. Tuesday, September 12, 2023. The meeting will be held in the Council Chamber on the 2nd Floor of City Hall, 70 Court Plaza.
September is Emergency Preparedness Month. Let's make it an opportunity to strengthen our preparedness and protect what matters most.
The public is invited to attend the City's 9-11 Remembrance Ceremony
The City of Asheville’s Community and Economic Development Department announces its upcoming Disparity Study Public Hearing, an essential step in evaluating and improving the City’s Business Inclusion program.
On August 22, Asheville City Council proclaimed September as Emergency Preparedness Month to raise awareness about the importance of preparing for disasters and emergencies that could happen at any time. Our region can be affected by natural disasters such as floods, lightning strikes, and winter weather like snow and ice storms. Along with [...]
In observance of the Labor Day Holiday, Asheville City Hall offices will be closed on Monday, September 4, 2023. Below is a list of City services available and/or impacted. 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 [...]
Here at the City of Asheville, we get a lot of questions from the community. My theory is, if one person has asked the question – more than one person is probably interested in the answer. So in the spirit of information sharing, here’s the answer to one of the community questions that has recently come [...]
Summer’s high temperatures offer a great opportunity to spend some time indoors with Asheville Parks & Recreation (APR)’s fall guide and register for upcoming programs before they fill up. With hundreds of activities, special events, and classes, people of all ages have opportunities to try new things and explore, connect, discover. The free guide [...]
The next meeting of the Asheville City Council will be held 5 p.m. Tuesday, August 22, 2023. The meeting will be held in the Council Chamber on the 2nd Floor of City Hall, 70 Court Plaza. The Council meeting agenda is posted on the City’s website. Pursuant to North Carolina General Statute § 143-318.10 this [...]
Who’s up this week on What’s Up AVL! Community and Economic Development Division Manager Rachel Taylor
What’s Up AVL! The City of Asheville’s bi-monthly radio show gives the community the chance to take a deep dive with the City of Asheville staff and departments. Learn about different departments and what projects are taking place in your community. This Week’s Guest: This week, the City of Asheville host Sam Parada sat down with the Economic [...]
Beginning Thursday, August 10th, an additional lane and street closure on Patton Avenue will be initiated in an effort to allow stormwater crews to safely proceed with construction for the Carter-Ann-Patton Project. As work progressed on the project, the underground conditions resulted in the need to close an additional lane to maximize safety for the public [...]