City News

2/3/2023

New Parking Options & Enforcement Changes Start March 1st!

The parking deck is scheduled to open on March 1, 2023, and the new permit structure and meters will go live at the same time. Parking fees provide the funding parking infrastructure for our growing community.

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2/1/2023

A guided walk along a small stream -- Allen Branch – to see the results of an award-winning restoration project is scheduled for Sunday, February 12, at 2 p.m. Mike Huffman, Stormwater Division Manager for the City of Hendersonvllle, will explore and explain the methods used to restore this...

1/30/2023

Today the Hendersonville Fire Department takes one step closer to a new Fire Station 1 as the Boyd Park site officially closes and construction ramps up.

The construction period moving from the outgrown Hendersonville Fire Station 1 and completion...

1/26/2023

The Hendersonville Environmental Sustainability Board is pleased to announce the inaugural Hendersonville Sustainability Hero Award. The Sustainability Hero Award celebrates outstanding achievement in the pursuit of the City’s commitment to lead by example in pursuing environmentally sustainable...

1/24/2023

Garden Jubilee, one of the largest gardening shows in Western North Carolina, will be held on Saturday, May 27 and Sunday, May 28 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on Memorial Day weekend. With over 200 plant and craft vendors lining Main Street, the Historic downtown will be transformed into a garden...

1/18/2023

The City of Hendersonville’s Stormwater Division and MountainTrue invite the community to join a live staking event to help protect Brittain Creek and improve local water quality. This interactive volunteer opportunity will take place on February 7, 2023, at 10:00 AM in Brittain Creek between...

1/17/2023

Henderson County expands recycling options for residents with the addition of Foam Polystyrene Collection

Henderson County Solid Waste is excited to announce its Foam Polystyrene (PS) Collection Pilot Program. Foam recycling opportunities have been highly requested within the county and...

1/9/2023

In case you missed it - check out what happened during the Hendersonville City Council meeting on January 5, 2023!

View the full City Council meeting recording

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1/9/2023

Check out Downtown Hendersonville's Annual Report for 2022!

1/6/2023

The parking deck is still on schedule to open on March 1, 2023, and the new permit structure and meters will go live at the same time. In preparation for the changes, we have important updates to pass along.

PARKING PERMITS

If you have not already, indicate your interest and...

1/3/2023

For those who want to support bees and other pollinator friends in 2023, an opportunity to help with projects and events is being offered. Hendersonville’s Bee City USA program is calling for interested folks to attend a meeting on January 18 at 3 p.m. Details on how to help out will be...

12/30/2022

Time for New Year’s Resolutions! Did staying informed or being involved in your community make it to your list?! If so, here are five ways to help attain your goal: 1) See Local Government in Action A great way to learn about Hendersonville is to watch a City Council meeting. The Hendersonville...

12/29/2022

The Hendersonville Fire Department recognized two members during the annual awards ceremony held earlier this month. Senior Firefighter Riley Fore was presented the Firefighter of the Year Award and Lieutenant Dylan Williams was awarded Officer of the Year. 

“These awards are especially...

12/21/2022

With extremely low temperatures in the forecast, the City of Hendersonville reminds the community of ways to stay safe this holiday weekend.

If the forecast holds true, the City is anticipating favorable conditions for black ice on the roads Friday...

12/15/2022

“Rain, rain, go away, come again some other day.” This nursery rhyme is the perfect soundtrack for flood-prone areas during large rain events. When cities receive rainfall, sometimes in excessive amounts, that water needs to be properly managed. When the ground becomes oversaturated with water...

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