City announces neighborhood plan workshop Nov. 7

In a press release, the city of Asheville has announced a workshop to provide information and gather neighborhood input for the city’s upcoming Comprehensive Plan update.


City of Asheville | Communication & Public Engagement Division

Contact:       Marsha Stickford, Neighborhood Services Coordinator

Phone:  828-259-5506

Email:  mstickford@

The Neighborhood Advisory Committee (NAC) and the Coalition of Asheville Neighborhoods (CAN) are co-sponsoring a Neighborhood Plan Workshop from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Nov. 7 in Ferguson Auditorium at Asheville-Buncombe Community Technical College. The purpose of the workshop is to:

  • Help neighborhoods better understand the City’s long-term planning process and how neighborhoods can participate in an upcoming Comprehensive Plan update.
  •  Give neighborhoods who are interested in creating plans a practical overview of the ways they can accomplish that goal by hearing from their peers who have completed a planning process for their neighborhood.

The City’s 2025 plan is online for people who to review the current Comprehensive Plan: http://www.ashevillenc. gov/Departments/ PlanningUrbanDesign/ AshevilleCityDevelopmentPlan. aspx

Find out more about Asheville neighborhood plans by visiting: Departments/ PlanningUrbanDesign/ NeighborhoodPlans.aspx

Find more details on Asheville City Source: http://coablog.ashevillenc. gov/2015/10/asheville- neighborhood-plan-workshop-to- highlight-peer-process- comprehensive-plan

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