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Asheville holiday lighting to expand in commercial districts

Asheville holiday lighting to expand in commercial districts

  The City of Asheville is excited to announce it will partner with local organizations to expand the holiday lights program, newly named Local Lights.   The purpose of the program is to encourage families to visit commercial districts during the holiday season to eat, shop and enjoy holiday festivities.   The N.C. Arboretum continues

Coxe Avenue transformed for ‘tactical urbanism’ multimodal exercise

Coxe Avenue transformed for ‘tactical urbanism’ multimodal exercise

Drone photo by Justin Mitchell Have you visited Coxe Avenue recently? You will find it has changed, and in an interesting way.   Colorful temporary active transportation improvements were installed on the downtown street the weekend of Nov. 3-4 in a multimodal collaboration project called “Tactical Urbanism.”   Though the use of planters, paint and

Asheville Holiday Parade to impact bus routes, include street closings

Asheville Holiday Parade to impact bus routes, include street closings

  The Asheville Downtown Association’s annual Asheville Holiday Parade happens from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17, in downtown Asheville. The parade route runs up Biltmore Avenue to Pack Square, then turns to go down Patton Avenue. Hundreds show up for this festive community event, so please plan ahead. There will be traffic and


Interim City Manager Cathy Ball announcement: Asheville Police Chief Tammy Hooper to resign

Interim City Manager Cathy Ball announcement: Asheville Police Chief Tammy Hooper to resign

A message from Interim City Manager Cathy Ball: The purpose of this communication is to share news that Asheville Police Chief Tammy Hooper has given notice of her resignation, with an effective date of Jan. 2, 2019, to pursue consulting opportunities.   Chief Hooper previously gave notice of her resignation to the former city manager

City of Asheville to hold workshops on strategic event partnerships

City of Asheville to hold workshops on strategic event partnerships

    The City of Asheville will soon be accepting proposals from qualified, nonprofit organizations based in Asheville and Buncombe County who wish to establish strategic event partnerships with the City for calendar years 2020, 2021 and 2022.   Downtown After 5 is an example of an event conducted under a strategic event partnership, one

Asheville residents asked to bag leaves in sturdy paper

Asheville residents asked to bag leaves in sturdy paper

  Dear Asheville, We’d like you to offer you a new solution for leaf collection this season: paper bags! They are so totally useful — compostable and more eco-friendly. Below is a guide on how to use them effectively, with as little hassle as possible to you, our residents. Thank you, City of Asheville  


We’re asking you: What tools would help Asheville residents stay informed about development

We’re asking you: What tools would help Asheville residents stay informed about development

The City of Asheville wants to help residents stay informed about development projects by connecting residents to information about proposed projects as well as the review and approval process. The City has several online tools already available to help people find information about development projects, such as the City’s Technical Review Committee project map. To help


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