Friday - Jul 20, 2018

Stormwater Services

All Asheville streets now reopened

All Asheville streets now reopened

Asheville Public Works crews  cleaned mud off the streets of Biltmore Village Wednesday afternoon and evening, following flooding May 30, 2018.   Following this week’s flooding of the Swannanoa and French Broad rivers, only 1 street remained closed in Asheville Friday morning. Now it is open too. The portion of  Lyman Street closed by flooding earlier

Asheville’s larger development fees to rise, tennis center passes lowered

Asheville’s larger development fees to rise, tennis center passes lowered

    City Council passes fee adjustments for the 2018-2019 fiscal year     With spring comes birds singing, longer days and — the City of Asheville budget season. Prior to adopting the 2018-2019 budget in June for the fiscal year, each April Council passes its fee adjustments. On April 10, City Council adopted its Fees

Asheville roads reopen after Monday’s storm

Asheville roads reopen after Monday’s storm

Updated information: The City of Asheville Street Division has closed Skyview Place near 1 Skyview Place due to a mudslide.  City staff are working to ensure residents can access their property. The repairs are expected to continue into next week. Street Division crews are working to clear mud off of Azalea Road today. The Cambridge Road


Asheville roads close in heavy rain, Flood Warning issued

Asheville roads close in heavy rain, Flood Warning issued

The Asheville Fire Department is experiencing an increase in call volume, due to heavy rain conditions.   The following road are closed: Amboy Road – Mud slide/tree down in road Skyview Place – Mud slide Azalea Road East is closed from Tunnel Road to the fish pond – Flooding Cambridge Road – Utility issues Springdale

While Tropical Storm Irma weakens, City of Asheville is still prepared for impacts

While Tropical Storm Irma weakens, City of Asheville is still prepared for impacts

Here is the latest storm track for what has now become Tropical Storm Irma. The City of Asheville continues to closely monitor the storm for any local impacts. The path of Tropical Storm Irma now appears to be tracking somewhat west of Asheville. It is expected to come through through North Georgia/Tennessee/Western North Carolina on


City of Asheville to hold drainage improvement project neighborhood meeting

City of Asheville to hold drainage improvement project neighborhood meeting

The City of Asheville Stormwater Division recently initiated the modeling and assessment phase for a Stormwater improvement project in the Edwin Place, Celia Place, Sunset Parkway and Canterbury Road area. The Stormwater Services Department has scheduled a meeting from 6 to 8 p.m. April 4 at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, 337 Charlotte St.  This meeting

Stormwater Services deploys new ‘Pipe Ranger’ for underground inspections

Stormwater Services deploys new ‘Pipe Ranger’ for underground inspections

The Cues Pipe Ranger can rove 25 feet into stormwater pipes to scope out conditions.   What’s all-wheel drive with two-speed transmission for rugged off-road torque? That would be Asheville Stormwater Service’s new Pipe Ranger, a camera on wheels now used to inspect underground storm pipes. The cam on wheels can pan, zoom and tilt,


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