In the event of an emergency, you need to know where you can turn for information, advice, or even a helping hand. There are resources, both locally and nationally, to help you weather any storm.
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City data, simplified: your local government has developed tools that make it simple to find data relevant to you. Visit our SimpliCity application for information related to:
- Trash Collection
Sign up to receive up-to-date information on emergency and non-emergency events via email, phone calls, voice or text messages. Decide what types of information you would like to receive, and unsubscribe at any time.Manage Your AVL Alerts
Use The Asheville App to let city workers know about common issues such as:
- Potholes, sidewalk hazards or accessibility issues, street lights, street sign damage, street sign requests
- Abandoned vehicles, injured or deceased animals, hazardous waste
- Overgrown lots, brush collection requests, graffiti
- Fire hydrant leaks, water leaks, stormwater or draining issues
- Planning and zoning, code, or short term rental violations
- Trash collection, litter, trees and right of way
Is that a chill in the air or something more? Asheville Parks & Recreation (APR) casts a spell on the city with kooky, spooky, and scary events throughout October.
The Neighborhood Advisory Committee invites all of Asheville to gather for a day filled with neighborly interaction, learning, and fun for the whole family at the Festival of Neighbohoods - Sept. 30 . This event is aimed at bringing together neighbors from all corners of Asheville with the primary goal of strengthening the bond between residents, neighborhood associations, and local organizations to create a harmonious and thriving community.
Learn about projects near your neighborhood as well as programs, studies and updates to city-owned infrastructure and facilities like parks, streets, sidewalks and public works.