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Bond project: Groundbreaking to be held to kick off Montford Complex improvements

Bond project: Groundbreaking to be held to kick off Montford Complex improvements

Construction on Parks Department bond projects is underway.  Planning began in 2016 when Asheville voters approved a total of $74 million in bonds, including $17 million for Parks & Recreation facility expansion and improvements.   Now improvements to the Tempie Avery Montford Center Complex at 34 Pearson Drive are about to begin. A groundbreaking ceremony

Bond project highlight: Celebration coming up to mark completion of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive project

Bond project highlight: Celebration coming up to mark completion of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive project

The City of Asheville is proud to join with the East End/Valley Street Neighborhood Association for a ribbon cutting to celebrate the completion of one of the City’s first big bond projects — the resurfacing of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. Everyone is welcome to join City officials, staff and members of the neighborhood for


Asheville City Attorney accepts new post in Raleigh

Asheville City Attorney accepts new post in Raleigh

Robin Currin, Asheville City Attorney, has resigned, effective September 27, 2018. Ms Currin will be assuming the role of City Attorney for Raleigh, NC.   “While we are disappointed to be losing Robin, her role in Raleigh is a wonderful career opportunity. It will also allow her to return to her long-time home.  We will

Fourth of July: Change in Sanitation schedule, holiday bus service, plus information about downtown fireworks

Fourth of July: Change in Sanitation schedule, holiday bus service, plus information about downtown fireworks

Fireworks explode over the City of Asheville in this photo by Bill Rhodes.   Sanitation schedule shifts, ART buses to run on holiday schedule   Asheville City government offices will be closed Wednesday, July 4, in observance of the Independence Day holiday.   Trash and recycling collection Asheville Sanitation will be closed July 4, as

Asheville Police Department invites neighborhoods to participate in National Night Out

Asheville Police Department invites neighborhoods to participate in National Night Out

  National Night Out is an annual event that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. Neighborhood events are a great way to do some community-building between residents and the Asheville Police Department. This year’s National Night Out happens on Aug. 7. It’s considered America’s Night


ART buses to operate on holiday schedule July 4; some detours announced

ART buses to operate on holiday schedule July 4; some detours announced

  All ART bus routes will operate on a limited holiday schedule for Independence Day, July 4. Most routes operate between the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Detailed holiday schedules are available here.   Because of the Ingles Independence Day Celebration in and around Pack Square Park, some routes and stops will be impacted. Detours

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


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