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City has openings on Civic Center Commission and Haywood Street Advisory Team

City has openings on Civic Center Commission and Haywood Street Advisory Team

The City of Asheville currently has openings on two committees. Have you ever wanted to make a difference? Have you wondered, “Can the City benefit from my experience and knowledge?” Do you want to have a voice in the City’s growth and future? If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, then it’s time to take that initial

Asheville neighborhoods invited to participate in ‘Plan on a Page’

Asheville neighborhoods invited to participate in ‘Plan on a Page’

For neighborhoods interested in participating in the City of Asheville’s upcoming Comprehensive Plan update we’re pleased to announce that there’s plenty of time. The contract for a consultant to guide the City through the process has not yet been awarded so neighborhoods have not missed out on any opportunities to participate in the process. Besides


Roger McGuire Green sod to be replaced, closing portion of Pack Square Park for a time

Roger McGuire Green sod to be replaced, closing portion of Pack Square Park for a time

Update on the Roger McGuire Green sod replacement After a series of rain delays, weather is finally cooperating for the sod replacement project on the Roger McGuire Green. “We are still waiting for the right weather conditions,” said John A. Gavin, Asheville Parks Planning & Development Manager, said earlier this month. Gavin had hoped the

Keeping Asheville’s water supply safe: Testing, constant monitoring are key

Keeping Asheville’s water supply safe: Testing, constant monitoring are key

  It takes more than a pristine water source to deliver safe drinking water to Asheville customers. “City of Asheville water comes from pristine and protected sources: particularly the Bee Tree and North Fork Reservoirs, situated in a 22,000-acre watershed,” said Jade Dundas, Water Resources Director. “But pure water is not enough. You need to


It’s time to pony up that license for Fido

It’s time to pony up that license for Fido

Dogs in Asheville required to be licensed by Jan. 1   The City of Asheville’s Animal Ordinance requires that dogs must be licensed every year on Jan. 1. The fee is $10 and all dogs must have a city license by the age of six months. The city license tag and a current rabies tag must be


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