“After World War II, we have built our cities as subdivisions, shopping centers, office parks and similar, all separated from one another, requiring motor vehicles to perform simple daily tasks. It’s not working.”
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Buncombe County development process
Learn more about the different types of development review in Buncombe County and the government boards responsible for each.
Asheville City Council poised to consider HB2 response on April 12
A proposed Asheville resolution affirming the constitutional rights and equitable treatment of all in public accommodations — such as bathrooms — appears likely to spark extensive discussion on how Asheville will respond to House Bill 2 at Council’s meeting on April 12. Other agenda items include subdivision ordinances, the Beaucatcher Greenway and the city’s legislative agenda for the upcoming short session in Raleigh.
Two subdivisions and a mixed-use building come before Asheville Council Feb. 10
Three development public-hearings dominate Asheville City Council’s Tuesday, Feb. 10, agenda — two subdivision plans and one mixed-use building.