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Community Development

Down payment assistance item to be moved to Feb. 26 Council agenda

Down payment assistance item to be moved to Feb. 26 Council agenda

    The down payment assistance item originally on Asheville City Council’s agenda for tonight will instead be taken up during the Feb. 26 meeting. Staff is making technical adjustments to the language in the proposed policy to make it as easy to understand as possible. The intent and substance of the proposed policy will

Freezing rain forecast; Code Purple called

Freezing rain forecast; Code Purple called

  Freezing rain could affect Asheville overnight, though the National Weather Service is calling for less than 1/4” of it. Forecasters have issued a Winter Weather Advisory accompanied by high winds for a 24-hour period starting at midnight Wednesday. This will be followed by heavy rain Wednesday night into Thursday morning, when there is also a 40%


As Asheville temps dip chance of frozen pipes rise

As Asheville temps dip chance of frozen pipes rise

Also, Code Purple called for this weekend   With overnight lows predicted to drop into the teens degrees Sunday, the Asheville Water Resources Department urges everyone to take precautions to protect their pipes from freezing. In an emergency, however, the Water Resources Department is available 24/7. The City does not assist customers with indoor plumbing

Art Ecologie wins Visiting Artist selection

Art Ecologie wins Visiting Artist selection

  The City of Asheville is pleased to announce that Art Ecologie featuring: Monique Luck, Flavia Lovatelli and Francisco Gonzalez has been selected as the inaugural Visiting Artist.   Art Ecologie’s has proposed to transform the area with a multi-dimensional cube installation of metal/wood and bright imagery representing the past and the future, at the

Asheville 2018 in review: New leadership, APD data releases, bond projects advance and more

Asheville 2018 in review: New leadership, APD data releases, bond projects advance and more

  With 2018 in the books, it’s time to take stock of City of Asheville projects and developments from the past year. Here are 10 topics that your City government advanced in 2018.   Debra Campbell becomes Asheville City Manager The search for a new City Manager began in April 2018 with the selection of


Interfaith service set to honor Asheville’s homeless who have died

Interfaith service set to honor Asheville’s homeless who have died

  An interfaith memorial service to honor Asheville’s homeless and formerly homeless citizens who died in 2018 is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Dec. 19 at Haywood Street Congregation, 297 Haywood St. The Haywood Street Congregation provides several ministries to those experiencing homelessness, including twice-weekly meals and worship services and a medical respite care program. The

Homeless Coalition issues Code Purple as frigid temps arrive

Homeless Coalition issues Code Purple as frigid temps arrive

With temperatures expected to be below freezing overnight much of this week, the Asheville-Buncombe Homeless Coalition issued its CODE PURPLE overnight through Dec. 8 and will likely extend it further in the week due to impending winter weather. The purpose of the CODE PURPLE procedure is to provide a coordinated effort among Asheville and Buncombe

Homeless Coalition calls for Code Purple

Homeless Coalition calls for Code Purple

With temperatures expected to be below freezing overnight the next few days, the Asheville-Buncombe Homeless Coalition issued its CODE PURPLE overnight through Nov. 26-28. The purpose of the CODE PURPLE procedure is to provide a coordinated effort among Asheville and Buncombe County, North Carolina shelters and other organizations to provide emergency overflow shelter to people


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