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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.

City of Asheville hires planning director

City of Asheville hires planning director

The City of Asheville is pleased to announce that, after a nationwide search, Todd Okolichany will serve as the City’s new Planning Director, effective Sept. 8. Okolichany comes to the City of Asheville from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., where he served as principal planner for the Department of Sustainable Development. A LEED-Green Associate accredited by the Green

City of Asheville’s economic development toolbox: Incentives and infrastructure

City of Asheville’s economic development toolbox: Incentives and infrastructure

Sam Powers knows there’s a boom of manufacturing growth going on in Asheville – something on the order of a 100-year flood of it. “We’ve had this wave of catalytic projects that are over $100 million and that’s unheard of,” said Powers, director of Asheville’s Community & Economic Development Department. “Most communities see a project


Craven Street Project on West Asheville’s Riverfront to hit milestone; more work to come

Craven Street Project on West Asheville’s Riverfront to hit milestone; more work to come

The City of Asheville is excited to hit an important milestone in the Craven Street Project. And that is the reopening of the street itself, set for 5 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 5. Because of construction to rebuild the road to current design standards, including the addition of a bicycle lane and sidewalk, the section has

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


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