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. After the presentation the audience members were engaged […]
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 […]
On Tuesday, September 9, Asheville City Council unanimously voted (7-0) to adopt the proposed Form-based Code for Haywood Road. WABA is very appreciative of all the community members, businesses, and building owners that participated in the development of this code. It solidifies years of community work on a long-term vision for development along the Haywood […]
The Asheville Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing to review the proposed Haywood Road Form Based Code for Haywood Road. Thursday, August 21, 2014 4 p.m. in City Hall, 70 Court Plaza First Floor North Conference Room The Haywood Road Form District document is available online at http://haywoodroad.code-studio.com/ or from the City of Asheville community […]
The Planning and Zoning Commission will be ready to review for a vote the Haywood Road Form-Based Code on August 21, 2014. The form code project should be the only item on the agenda that evening. When Planning and Zoning Commission votes they make a recommendation to City Council, who also will review the code at […]
Thank you to all that came out to the Haywood Road Form-Based Code Draft presentation and meeting on March 27, 2014. If you missed the meeting, it isn’t too late, you can still ask questions and send in comments on the draft. View a pdf of the draft report here. In fall 2013, several hundred […]