Thursday - May 25, 2017

Asheville Streets Division to start downtown sidewalk projects in May

Asheville Streets Division to start downtown sidewalk projects in May

The chipped bricks will be history soon on a portion of College Street sidewalk. An ADA-compliant concrete sidewalk will be installed instead, wider than the structure there for pedestrians now.   “We’re going to get as much width as we can,” said Jerry Yates, Asheville Streets Operation Manager. The hope is to transform the 8-foot-wide

Video: Tour the City of Asheville’s sign shop

Video: Tour the City of Asheville’s sign shop

The City of Asheville makes its own traffic signs. The April 2017 episode of City Scoop features Jeff Moore, City Traffic Engineer, and team members from the Transportation Department, demonstrating the process of making and installing a City sign. There is more to it than you might think. It’s an interesting process!  


Asheville Economic Development Specialist Brenda Mills honored during Stand Against Racism Program

Asheville Economic Development Specialist Brenda Mills honored during Stand Against Racism Program

Brenda Mills says her parents instilled in her a sense of community spirit and support. Whether it came to visiting the sick to feeding the poor, especially during holidays, she worked by their side in Waxhaw, N.C., as a girl, sometimes even taking down letters for elderly people.   A City of Asheville employee since


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