Tuesday - Jan 22, 2019
Column: Lack of affordable housing a crisis for Asheville

Column: Lack of affordable housing a crisis for Asheville

In a guest column in the Asheville Citizen-Times, Asheville City Councilman Gordon Smith writes about how the City is working to address affordable housing: The lack of affordable housing in Asheville is truly a community crisis. While Asheville City Council is taking unprecedented steps to address it, we need more community partners to help provide

City Council to discuss short-term rentals

City Council to discuss short-term rentals

Asheville City Council will discuss short-term rentals during its upcoming meeting, 5 p.m. May 12 in the Council Chamber on the 2nd floor of City Hall. Tune in on Asheville City Government’s Livestream channel if you’d like to listen to the discussion live during the meeting. No action will be taken, there will just be discussion

Update: City to Livestream police chief finalists presentations

Update: City to Livestream police chief finalists presentations

Update: Watch live tonight At 6 p.m. tonight (May 18), police chief finalists will make presentations on a pre-determined subject. Community members will have the opportunity to offer feedback on candidates through comment cards. The event happens at the Wilma Sherrill Center on the UNC-Asheville campus. The City will Livestream the presentation here. Video of


Drink up: It’s Water Week

Drink up: It’s Water Week

Head to Splashville Monday, May 4, to learn about what it takes to get finished high-quality water from the source to the taps in our homes and businesses. From 9 a.m.-3 p.m. May 4, City of Asheville Water Resources workers will man educational and informational tents in the Pack Place Park lawn, near Splashville. There


Looking for a volunteer project? Help firefighters by repainting fire hydrants!

Looking for a volunteer project? Help firefighters by repainting fire hydrants!

Most people only give fire hydrants a passing glance, but to firefighters, each hydrant has color-coded info to give them quick and critical information, minimizing response time in emergencies. That’s why each hydrant gets a new paint job about every two years, and that’s where the great work of community volunteers comes in. Throughout the

Lake Craig/Azalea Road improvements celebrated at kick-off event

Lake Craig/Azalea Road improvements celebrated at kick-off event

The crowd that gathered atop the new Azalea Road Bridge on April 18 to celebrate the completion of phase one of the Lake Craig/Azalea Road improvement project was made up of adults and kids alike. Many wore soccer jerseys and, following the kick off event, would continue on to the John B. Lewis Soccer complex


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