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Point-in-time count shows decrease in homelessness in Asheville-Buncombe

Point-in-time count shows decrease in homelessness in Asheville-Buncombe

Access to affordable housing remains a challenge   On Jan. 27, 2016, the Asheville-Buncombe Homeless Initiative conducted the annual Point-in-Time (PIT) count of homeless families and individuals. Overall numbers of those experiencing homelessness in our community have decreased since last year: 509 persons reported in January 2016 as compared to 562 persons in January 2015,

Asheville Police urge motorcycle caution on Town Mountain Road

Asheville Police urge motorcycle caution on Town Mountain Road

May is Motorcycle Awareness Month. In this video, Sgt. Scott Pruett with the Asheville Police Department Traffic Safety Unit discusses motorcycle awareness on Town Mountain Road. This popular road for motorcyclists has a 35 mph speed limit. It’s a residential area also popular with bicyclists. Be cautious and observe motorcycles during their seasonal return to

Neighborhood Profile: East End / Valley Street

Neighborhood Profile: East End / Valley Street

The East End / Valley Street Neighborhood Association represents the oldest African-American neighborhood in Asheville. Once the center of African-American life in Asheville, the neighborhood was connected to The Block (Eagle, Market Streets) and Valley Street (now South Charlotte), which was the heart of the neighborhood. The neighborhood is one of the most historically significant


City of Asheville Customer Services phone line to change hours of operation

City of Asheville Customer Services phone line to change hours of operation

We’re changing our hours and changing the quality of service we provide you. Starting July 1, the City of Asheville’s main Customer Services phone line, 828-251-1122, will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. From 8 to 9 a.m., our customer services representatives will be working on non-phone related customer requests

Hazel Robinson Amphitheatre improvements coming at Montford Recreation Complex

Hazel Robinson Amphitheatre improvements coming at Montford Recreation Complex

Bringing Shakespeare to the people of Western North Carolina for over 40 years, the Montford Park Players has established itself as a cultural mainstay in Asheville’s lively theater scene. With stage productions at the Hazel Robinson Amphitheatre located on the 17-acre Montford Recreation Complex, the company has covered The Bard frontways, sideways and in between.



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