Wednesday - Jan 16, 2019

Community Development

Asheville-Buncombe 2018 Point-In-Time homeless count results tabulated

Asheville-Buncombe 2018 Point-In-Time homeless count results tabulated

  As part of the nationwide 2018 Point-in-Time (PIT) count, the Asheville-Buncombe Homeless Initiative conducted a one-night count of homeless individuals and families on Jan. 31, 2018. With the help of local service providers, emergency shelters, housing programs and street count volunteers, the community has collected additional data indicating the continued need for safe and

Sculpture chosen for Lexington Avenue public art installation

Sculpture chosen for Lexington Avenue public art installation

The 15-foot-high new public artwork by Beatrice Coron will be installed at 65 N. Lexington Ave.   A thriving downtown Asheville street will become even more vibrant this year with the installation of a new piece of public art on Lexington Avenue.   The City of Asheville is pleased to announce that, after a competitive process,


City of Asheville seeks applications for Visiting Artist Program

City of Asheville seeks applications for Visiting Artist Program

Above, left to right: Community engagement at the painting of the Triangle Park Mural; Urban Trail marker celebrates the craftsmanship of master mason James Vester Miller; and celebrants at the Goombay Festival.   Please note deadline extension: 5 p.m. May 4.   The City of Asheville’s Public Art and Cultural Commission is excited to announce

Rosanna Mulcahy joins City of Asheville as Minority Business Program Manager

Rosanna Mulcahy joins City of Asheville as Minority Business Program Manager

  Rosanna Mulcahy enjoys working with the business community. She has just stepped into a new role as Minority Business Program Manager with the City of Asheville.   “The new job will allow me to make a difference, which is what I enjoy most about working with the business community,” Mulcahy said.   Her main


Asheville Regional Housing Consortium to meet with HUD on affordable housing

Asheville Regional Housing Consortium to meet with HUD on affordable housing

The Asheville Regional Housing Consortium will meet from 2 to 4 p.m. Jan. 30 at the Buncombe County Administration Building, 200 College Street, in the main floor conference room to discuss capacity-building for affordable housing in our region through the use of the federal HOME Investment Partnership Funds overseen by this Consortium and related initiatives.   The U.S. Department

Asheville Code Purple extended into February

Asheville Code Purple extended into February

    With overnight temperatures persisting in the 20s and teens this week, the Homeless Coalition has extended its Code Purple for Asheville and Buncombe County nightly Feb. 1-4. Here is a look at the Asheville weather forecast.   Please encourage people to seek safe shelter from the cold. The CODE PURPLE effort stems from the collaborative work of


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