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City of Asheville has openings on 4 boards

City of Asheville has openings on 4 boards

The boards listed below currently have vacancies. The deadline for receiving applications for these openings is 5 p.m. May 3. Please visit the City’s Boards and Commissions webpage or contact the City Clerk’s Office at 828-259-5839 or by e-mail at sterwilliger@ashevillenc.gov for an electronic application form.   CIVIL SERVICE BOARD: This board works with the Human Resources

Asheville water exceeds EPA safe drinking water standards

Asheville water exceeds EPA safe drinking water standards

  The City of Asheville has released its 19th annual Water Quality Report, a federally-mandated “report card” designed to educate customers on what is in their drinking water. The City of Asheville is pleased to report that the City’s drinking water continues to surpass all U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) safe drinking water standards. The report


Ashley Traynum-Carson named Interim Neighborhood Services Coordinator

Ashley Traynum-Carson named Interim Neighborhood Services Coordinator

Ashley Traynum-Carson, Interim Neighborhood Services Coordinator, has a passion for working with neighborhoods that stems back to her childhood. She vividly recalls walking around the neighborhood with her grandparents and feeling a sense of pride and a real connection to where she lived, a feeling that she believes every citizen should have. “I firmly believe

Carrier Park velodrome to be resurfaced

Carrier Park velodrome to be resurfaced

Hello Asheville bicyclists! Do you use the velodrome in Carrier Park? Then you’ll want to know about upcoming improvements to the track. At its Jan. 24 meeting, Asheville City Council authorized City Manager Gary Jackson to begin this project with an engineering contract. That kicks off the velodrome resurfacing project, slated for completion sometime this

Asheville street performers brochure provides guidelines

Asheville street performers brochure provides guidelines

Asheville guitarist Adi grooves at the Flat Iron sculpture, one of two high-impact areas identified for the City’s street performers pilot program.     From string bands to celestial hammered dulcimer sounds, music emanates from many downtown Asheville sidewalks. So much so, Asheville’s street performer scene is part of our brand as a city. Now



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