This project area includes Old Shoals Extension, Monte Vista Place, Downing Street, Frederick Street, Britt Drive, Hilltopia and Plateau Road, Pine Tree Drive, Livingston Street and Depot Street.
The City of Asheville Water Resources Department has an education program. We offer tours of our water treatment plants, as well as lessons on the environment and water quality.
How to pay your water bill, with convenient online, automatic draft, mail or in person options.
View a list of water consumption charges for various types of activities, as well as information on other water fees.
Find out about sewerage services provided by Metropolitan Sewerage District (MSD), and how to ask questions and find additional information.
View the yearly water quality report, current advisories and outages, as well as register to be notified of advisories in your area.
Instructions for starting or stopping water service.
What to do if you have received a bill that seems too high, which may be a sign of a water leak.
Go green with E-Billing for your water utility services.
The Water Resources Department (WRD) provides drinking water to Asheville and the surrounding areas. WRD owns and operates three drinking water treatment plants, and maintains over 1700 miles of water lines in the distribution system. We’re working for you! To receive emergency texts directly from Buncombe County for breaking health and safety news text BCALERT on your [...]