The Ultimate Guide To Asheville and the Western North Carolina Mountains
Relocation Guide to Asheville

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            



Susanna Pantas, Artist

Prints of Asheville Historic Buildings by Lee James Pantas
are available online thru Fine Art America

Prints of Paintings & Drawings by Lee James Pantas

   The city of Asheville is governed by Asheville city council, and consists of a mayor and five council members chosen in a nonpartisan election every two years. The city council sets policies, adopts ordinances and sets the tax rate. The council-appointed city manager is the administrative head of the city, directly responsible for its day-to-day operations and its 900-plus employees.

City Website:  City of Asheville: Asheville City Hall, 70 Court Plaza, P.O. Box 7148, Asheville, NC 28802; 828-251-1122


County Website: Buncombe County: County Offices, 205 College Street, Asheville NC 28801; 828-250-4000


 

City of Asheville Departments
City Clerk: 828-259-5601
City Manager's Office828-259-5604
Communication and Public Engagement:
828-259-5981
Community and Economic Development: 828-232-4505
Finance and Management Services:
828-259-5484
Fire Department:
828-259-5636
Harrah's Cherokee Center Asheville:
828-259-5736
Human Resources
828-259-5690
IT Services:
828-259-5510
Legal Services:
828-259-5542
Mayor's Office:
828-251-1122
Parks & Recreation:
828-259-5800
Planning & Urban Design:
828-259-5830
Police Department:
828-252-1110
Public Works & Sanitation:
828-259-5935
Sustainability:
828-271-6141
Transit:
828-253-5691
Water
: 828-251-1122

         

 

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