Saturday - Nov 18, 2017

Water Resources

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

Asheville’s water supply is stable, conservation always appreciated

Asheville’s water supply is stable, conservation always appreciated

The City of Asheville Water Resources Department would like to thank customers for their continued efforts to conserve water and use this valuable resource wisely. Although neighboring counties are experiencing conditions which require additional water restrictions, the City of Asheville water supply volumes remain at a level that allow customers to continue normal water use.


Asheville water outages scheduled

Asheville water outages scheduled

The City of Asheville Water Resources Department has several water interruptions scheduled this week: July 6-7, 9 p.m. to 6 p.m.: North District, the affected areas are Merrimon Avenue from Larchmont Drive, to Lakeshore Drive and from Lakeshore Drive to Red Oak Road, Also to included Sandon Drive, Sandon Circle, Colonial Place, Horizon Hill , Cambridge

Asheville the first NC city to issue ‘green bonds’

Asheville the first NC city to issue ‘green bonds’

Sustainability. Environmentally friendly. Green. These words not only apply to earth-friendly principles, they now also can apply to financial bonds. They are called “green bonds” and the money used – as well as the profits returned – finance environmentally friendly or sustainable projects. Asheville is the first municipality in North Carolina to issue green bonds.


Drink up: It’s Water Week

Drink up: It’s Water Week

Head to Splashville Monday, May 4, to learn about what it takes to get finished high-quality water from the source to the taps in our homes and businesses. From 9 a.m.-3 p.m. May 4, City of Asheville Water Resources workers will man educational and informational tents in the Pack Place Park lawn, near Splashville. There

Water Resources Department brings home awards for excellence, heroism

Water Resources Department brings home awards for excellence, heroism

Two state professional associations have recognized City of Asheville Water Resources employees for excellence and outstanding achievement, and cited the department as a whole for exceptional safety measures. Water Production Superintendent <strong>Leslie Carreiro</strong> earned Outstanding Operator of the Year from the NC Waterworks Operators Association. Carreiro has been with the City of Asheville for 23

Water and Public Works crews gear up for NC811 "Call Before you Dig!" changes

The City of Asheville’s partnership with NC811 is a great way to keep people safe from injury and reduce damage to underground utilities by encouraging people to “Call Before You Dig.” Residents can call “811” and a technician will mark the underground utilities before digging begins. North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory has declared April 2014


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