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Q&A: Asheville Police body-worn camera, use of force policies

Q&A: Asheville Police body-worn camera, use of force policies

The City of Asheville, including the Asheville Police Department, is committed to being as transparent as possible within the law. The following questions are questions City Council and staff have heard throughout the community. Staff will continue to collect common questions through the comments shared on the Community Engagement Hotline, 828-259-5900, and comments to be

Latest news on our current weather event

Latest news on our current weather event

Great News! – FLOOD WARNINGS CANCELLED for the Swannanoa and French Broad Rivers in Asheville. With the ground saturated, wind gusts may lead to downed trees and power lines. Conditions may also contribute to localized landslides. Residents are urged to call 911 to report landslides, downed power lines or downed trees in roadways and public


Asheville streets, buses to be impacted by Color Run

Asheville streets, buses to be impacted by Color Run

The Color Run returns to downtown Asheville Saturday, July 25, bringing not only thousands of laughing runners covered in paint but also street closings and ART bus route detours. The Color Run is a 5K race in which participants are doused from head to toe in different colors along the way. They start out wearing

Asheville water outages scheduled

Asheville water outages scheduled

The City of Asheville Water Resources Department has several scheduled water interruptions this week: June 16, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.: North District, the affected areas are Patton Mountain Road from Crowningway Drive, to Town Mountain Road also include Crowningway Drive, Sunset Sumit and Westhaven Drive. June 17, 5 to 9 p.m.: South District, the

Oct. 25 Symposium draws community into mobility planning

Oct. 25 Symposium draws community into mobility planning

Everyone needs to get around. That’s the simple idea behind Asheville In Motion, an evolving and exciting community-based initiative designed to increase access to all forms of transportation. On October 25, the public is encouraged to participate in a symposium on Asheville’s transportation future. The event will feature a panel discussion, community exercises and opportunities


AFD welcomes new engine with a push

AFD welcomes new engine with a push video

The Asheville Fire Department’s newest vehicle is a top-of-the-line piece of public safety equipment. Its features include LED lights that use a smaller generator and leave more room for equipment, a wireless internet hotspot that enhances communication at a command post, a night-vision camera, airbag technology that protects firefighters and mobile hydraulic tools like the

City crews prep streets ahead of paving project

Public Works crews are patching, milling and repairing road surfaces around Asheville ahead of a coming repaving project that will address streets throughout the city. In May, Asheville City Council approved a $1.12 million contract to repave 5.44 miles of city streets, the majority of which are residential neighborhood roads. The repaving will take place


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