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Asheville City offices to close for MLK Jr. Day, ART buses will run on holiday schedule

Asheville City offices to close for MLK Jr. Day, ART buses will run on holiday schedule

  Asheville City government offices will be closed Jan. 15 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Here is a look at City services affected and a special event downtown that day.   Trash and recycling Though City offices will be closed, Sanitation Services will run on schedule. Residential trash and recycling will be collected

Page Avenue opens to two-way traffic

Page Avenue opens to two-way traffic

  Page Avenue returned to two-way traffic on Tuesday, Jan. 9, said Asheville Transportation Director Ken Putnam.   In September 2015, the City made Page Avenue one-way southbound from Battle Square to Battery Park Avenue as demolition on the old Kosta’s Menswear building happened and then construction for the Cambria Suites Hotel began. Now that


City of Asheville 2018 initiatives: What to look for in the new year

City of Asheville 2018 initiatives: What to look for in the new year

  With a new year comes new programs, facility improvements and projects to improve our community. Here’s a look ahead at Asheville City government initiatives in 2018. We couldn’t get the list down to 10 items so here are a dozen to look for in the coming year.       New, more diverse City Council

City of Asheville announces holiday closings

City of Asheville announces holiday closings

  ART bus service suspended on Dec. 25, to operate on new holiday schedule Jan. 1   Asheville City government offices will be closed Dec. 22, 25 and 26 and Jan. 1 in observance of the winter holiday break and New Year’s Day. The following is a roundup of services affected by holiday closures.  

Asheville’s ART bus service expands Sunday service, evening hours

Asheville’s ART bus service expands Sunday service, evening hours

  In 2018, many of our ART buses will run later into the evening. And Sunday/holiday service will extend to all routes. On Jan. 1, eight Asheville Redefines Transit (ART) bus routes will add hours to their routes, thanks to additional funding approved by Asheville City Council (see schedule below). How did City staff determine


Asheville’s Greenway Warmer was a hot event

Asheville’s Greenway Warmer was a hot event

The evening of Dec. 13 was bitter cold.  But that did not discourage people from attending Asheville’s Greenway Warmer. More than 120 people showed up to celebrate Asheville’s Greenway program achievements of 2017 and hear about 2018 greenway initiatives. You can see a 360 degree view of the meeting in Google Streets here. Carol Evans of

Greenway Warmer celebration will explore how unpaved trails can benefit community

Greenway Warmer celebration will explore how unpaved trails can benefit community

West Asheville’s Hominy Creek Greenway serves as an example of a “natural surface”  — or unpaved trail — greenway.   Greenways, it turns out, can come in many forms. While you may think of them as paved trails, a Dec. 13 event in downtown Asheville will explore how “natural surface trail systems” — or unpaved trails —


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