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Development Services rolls out digital residential permit application and review tool

Development Services rolls out digital residential permit application and review tool

      Delivery of digital tools to make the permitting process more streamlined continues at the Asheville Development Services Department (DSD) with their latest release — an online application for residential building permits. Find it at develop.residentialplans.ashevillenc.gov.     Customers can now skip the lobby and submit residential permit applications online. The application links to

Asheville GreenWorks announces tree workshops

Asheville GreenWorks announces tree workshops

Free community events to provide education on best tree practices   Asheville GreenWorks, the organization working to preserve and protect Asheville’s urban forest and rivers through waste reduction and recycling, tree planting, litter cleanup projects, and educational programming, is excited to announce a new lineup of free tree workshops. In an effort to protect Asheville’s trees


Asheville City Council authorizes funds for ART Station renovation

Asheville City Council authorizes funds for ART Station renovation

This rendering shows a view of the renovated ART Station.       ART bus riders can look forward to an improved transit station downtown in the next year.   At their Feb. 12 meeting, Asheville City Council authorized the City Manager to execute a contract for the first phase of the renovation — the

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


Red Pandas exhibit now open at WNC Nature Center

Red Pandas exhibit now open at WNC Nature Center

   The City of Asheville is excited to announce that the WNC Nature Center’s new red panda exhibit opened to the public at noon on Valentine’s Day, February 14. The event included a ceremonial ribbon cutting and the introduction of our new resident pandas, Leafa (pictured) and Phoenix.   The red pandas arrived at the

Asheville seeking candidates for City Board of Education

Asheville seeking candidates for City Board of Education

    The Asheville City Council is advertising for interested individuals to apply for the Board of Education. One seat will be vacated by Board member James Lee, effective March 31, 2019, leaving an unexpired term until April 1, 2021. In addition, there are two seats expiring on April 1, 2019; Shaunda Sandford and Martha


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