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Planning and Development

City of Asheville seeks applications for temporary programming at 68 Haywood Street

City of Asheville seeks applications for temporary programming at 68 Haywood Street

The City of Asheville has cleared gravel off the City-owned property at 68 Haywood Street and is making other modest improvements to make way for public access and temporary uses of this City-owned site. The City has now issued a “Request for Expressions of Interest,” seeking ideas for organizing temporary programs in the space. It

RAD Form-Based Code heading to go before City Council in July

RAD Form-Based Code heading to go before City Council in July

The City of Asheville’s River Arts District (RAD) Form-Based Code is currently in the final review and approval stage of the adoption process. As opposed to traditional zoning code, which keeps uses (like residential and commercial) separate from one another, form-based code focuses more on the look and placement of new buildings to help maintain


City of Asheville helps coordinate growth through Infrastracture Task Force

City of Asheville helps coordinate growth through Infrastracture Task Force

Utility relocation that has been going on in Asheville’s River Arts District is being done in coordination with the City’s River Arts District Transportation Improvement Project (RADTIP).   When it comes to regional utility and communications firms, Asheville’s Public Works and Water Resources departments take a collaborative approach to the growth going in in Asheville.

City of Asheville to benefit French Broad River with $60,000 grant from Duke Energy

City of Asheville to benefit French Broad River with $60,000 grant from Duke Energy

Left to right are Garrett Artz, Executive Director of RiverLink, Stephanie Monson Dahl, Strategic Development Office Director for the City of Asheville, Peter Sprague, Asheville, Riverfront Commission member, Dawn Chavez, Executive Director of GreenWorks, and Mike Hughes, Duke Energy’s Vice President of Community Relations.     The City of Asheville received a $60,000 grant to


Asheville Streets Division to start downtown sidewalk projects in May

Asheville Streets Division to start downtown sidewalk projects in May

The chipped bricks will be history soon on a portion of College Street sidewalk. An ADA-compliant concrete sidewalk will be installed instead, wider than the structure there for pedestrians now.   “We’re going to get as much width as we can,” said Jerry Yates, Asheville Streets Operation Manager. The hope is to transform the 8-foot-wide


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