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Asheville Innovation Districts designed to enhance smart growth

Asheville Innovation Districts designed to enhance smart growth

Asheville’s Innovation Districts are emerging platforms where public-private partnerships intersect with City infrastructure, designed to promote hubs where jobs and sense of place connect with community. The Innovation Districts were the topic of a Leadership Asheville Buzz breakfast panel discussion Aug. 18, moderated by Steph Monson Dahl, the City’s Riverfront Redevelopment Office Director. Asheville Mayor

Watch for Me operation cites motorists around Pritchard Park

Watch for Me operation cites motorists around Pritchard Park

Asheville’s Watch for Me campaign focuses on pedestrian safety by educating both pedestrians and motorists. On Aug. 12, Asheville Police officers conducted a Watch for Me special operation focusing on vehicles failing to yield to pedestrians in a crosswalk. The operation focused on the area between College Street and Patton Avenue on the West side


City of Asheville wins SBA grant to help streamline business start-up process

City of Asheville wins SBA grant to help streamline business start-up process

The City of Asheville is committed to making it easier for every entrepreneur to start a business. A $50,000 grant awarded to the City from the Small Business Administration will go toward helping the City streamline permitting and other necessary paperwork for start-ups. “We believe an entrepreneur’s time is best spent developing innovative products and


City kicks off Watch for Me  pedestrian, bicyclist safety campaign

City kicks off Watch for Me pedestrian, bicyclist safety campaign

Asheville’s multimodal mindset is one of its assets. But as we move toward environmentally and healthy practices of bicycling and walking to our destinations people sometimes find themselves in the crosshairs at intersections. Add to that equation the brisk tourist traffic and a vibrant busking scene in downtown Asheville. Sometimes our sidewalks appear to be

Asheville’s water supply is stable, conservation always appreciated

Asheville’s water supply is stable, conservation always appreciated

The City of Asheville Water Resources Department would like to thank customers for their continued efforts to conserve water and use this valuable resource wisely. Although neighboring counties are experiencing conditions which require additional water restrictions, the City of Asheville water supply volumes remain at a level that allow customers to continue normal water use.


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