Saturday - Apr 20, 2019
Asheville budget worksessions, adoption schedule announced

Asheville budget worksessions, adoption schedule announced

It’s budget season for the City of Asheville. From March through June, City Council will work with City staff to review budget options, aligning Council priorities with available funding.   The City’s operating budget must be passed by July 1. That’s because the City runs on a fiscal year of July through June. By law,

Asheville Fire Department rolls out platform to better engage residents to prepare for emergency situations

Asheville Fire Department rolls out platform to better engage residents to prepare for emergency situations

      The Asheville Fire Department has been working closely with technology partner First Due to release Community Connect, a website focused on protecting residents and their property in the most effective way possible during an incident or major disaster.   Community Connect is a secure, easy-to-use website that allows residents to share critical information


U.S. Cellular Center announces free student tickets for Bill Nye event

U.S. Cellular Center announces free student tickets for Bill Nye event

  Asheville’s U.S. Cellular Center offering free student tickets to attend EXTREME WEATHER: A Conversation with Bill Nye happening at 7 p.m. April 1. Thanks to an anonymous supporter, the U.S. Cellular Center has 250 tickets available, first come, first serve beginning on Wednesday, March 20, to this event for all students under the age

Downtown Asheville street to be closed for repair Friday through Monday morning

Downtown Asheville street to be closed for repair Friday through Monday morning

    Repairs to a street that intersects Pack Square Park will require a road closure this weekend. From Friday through Monday morning (March 22-25), the City’s Streets Division will close South Spruce Street from Marjorie Street to College Street. Marjorie and College streets on both ends will remain open. The portion of South Spruce


VIDEO: Asheville’s Down Payment Assistance Program explained

VIDEO: Asheville’s Down Payment Assistance Program explained

The City of Asheville affordable housing bond referendum seeks to make home ownership available to low and moderate income city residents and staff. City Council took a step toward making those funds available when they adopted a Down Payment Assistance Policy resolution during their Feb. 26 meeting. Adoption of the policy paves the way for

City Council approves Asphalt Preservation Project, restored brick sidewalk on Chestnut Street

City Council approves Asphalt Preservation Project, restored brick sidewalk on Chestnut Street

    Funding approved by City Council will help the City invest in maintaining our streets and sidewalks.   At their March 12 meeting, Council approved $691,194.40 in Capital Improvement funds for street repair projects and $317,687.50 in sidewalk rehabilitation work, including a pavement preservation contract that is designed to lengthen the life of streets


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