The Watch For Me NC campaign has just a little over a month left. The campaign serves to educate both motorists and pedestrians in order to make Asheville a safer place for foot and bike travel! This short video provides some great visual explanation to some difficult pedestrian concepts!
From the City of Asheville Residents and business owners attended a West Asheville Parking Study meeting Oct. 22 at Hall Fletcher Elementary School. Hosted by the City’s Transportation Director Ken Putnam, the meeting first focused on findings of a parking study by consultant Fred Burchett of Kimley-Horn browse this site. After the presentation the audience […]
Asheville Grown has EXTENDED the deadline to be included in 45,000 copies of the 2016 print directory! Sign on by midnight on Monday Nov. 9, 2015. Join the Asheville Grown movement TODAY and align your business with over 400 local businesses advocating for a healthy, collaborative local economy. Asheville Grown is now accepting new […]
What: Haywood Road Parking Study Meeting When: 6:30 p.m. October 22, 2015 Where: Hall Fletcher Elementary School, 60 Ridgelawn Road The City of Asheville Transportation Department has been conducting a study of parking needs related to the Haywood Road corridor. A contractor has completed an assessment of available parking and met with business and property […]
Coffee with a Cop November 7, 2015 8:00am -10:00am Kairos West Community Center 742 Haywood Road Join your neighbors and law enforcement representatives from the Asheville Police Department for coffee and conversation. No agenda or speeches, just a chance to ask questions, voice concerns and get to know the officers in your neighborhood. For more […]
Big Brothers Big Sisters is looking for volunteer mentors, with a great need for more Big Brothers! Big Brothers Big Sisters matches children (ages 6-14) from single-parent families with caring, adult mentors. The School-based program is looking for mentors in West Asheville for Vance Elementary and Francine Delany. Mentors would commit to meeting for 1 […]
IMPORTANT: During the construction, the bicycle climbing lane will be closed for the duration of the project and other occasional closures of the driving lane and downhill sidewalk can be expected my response. Drivers can expect to share the lanes with bicycles during the project. From the City of Asheville. The city will begin the […]
From the City of Asheville. Asheville, NC – Please join the City of Asheville for an Open House/Kick Off event to form a supportive business group for minority, women, and small businesses at 9:00 a.m. on October 6 at the Edington Center located at 133 Livingston Street. This meeting will be informal and will touch […]