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Updated with video: National Night Out

Updated with video: National Night Out

The Asheville Police Department (APD), Asheville Fire Department (AFD), and the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO) will host a local National Night Out (NNO) event 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Aug. 4 at Pack Square Park in downtown Asheville. National Night Out is a nationwide outreach program brings neighborhoods together to strengthen community spirit and


US Cellular Center issues open call for volunteer groups

US Cellular Center issues open call for volunteer groups

The U.S. Cellular Center is currently accepting applications from qualified volunteer groups to assist in the concessions operations when needed at the U.S. Cellular Center. Recruitment process Applications must be submitted via email to Catie Cuellar, Food & Beverage Manager at ccuellar@ashevillenc.gov or dropped off at the U.S. Cellular Center box office between 10 a.m.


Asheville street resurfacing projects begin

Asheville street resurfacing projects begin

  The resurfacing schedule for 12 Asheville streets has been nailed down (though it could change due to weather and other factors). City Council approved this year’s paving contracts at its June 23 meeting and now the work has begun. Rogers Group out of Nashville, Tenn., is the contractor on this year’s street resurfacing projects.

Asheville area law enforcement officers receive bicycle/pedestrian laws training

Asheville area law enforcement officers receive bicycle/pedestrian laws training

Asheville area law enforcement officers recently received special training about enforcing bicycle and pedestrian safety laws as part of the North Carolina Department of Transportation’s Watch for Me NC campaign.   Representatives from the Asheville Police Department’s Downtown Unit and the Traffic Safety Unit attended a one-day seminar July 22 at Asheville-Buncombe Community Technical College.

Kimberly Avenue pedestrian enhancement includes new stop signs

Kimberly Avenue pedestrian enhancement includes new stop signs

Drivers heading down Kimberly Avenue will encounter a new stop sign at Hampstead Road, recently installed as part of a pedestrian enhancement. Walkers and joggers crossing at Hampstead Road will notice wide crosswalk margins painted on the roadway at all four points of the intersection.   Overall pedestrian and multimodal safety along Kimberly Avenue was


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