The City of Hendersonville City Council believes the community is best served when there is a diverse group of citizens advising them on important decisions. The City Council is looking for community-minded citizens to fill open positions on several boards and commissions.
The City of Hendersonville encourages residents and visitors to take additional safety precautions this fall to protect your health, the health of your family, and the community at large.
Downtown Hendersonville’s Treat Street Carnival on Main Street has been canceled out of caution for...Read more
The folks at Bold Rock Mills River Cidery agree -- without bees, no apples would be available to make hard cider. So their festival on Saturday, October 17, celebrates this harvest season and their popular hard cider, appreciates the role of pollinators, and kicks off the bee mural being painted...Read more
The City of Hendersonville’s Wellness Committee will be hosting the 8th Annual Turkey Trot 5k Thanksgiving morning on November 26, 2020. Participants will notice changes aimed at promoting social distancing, but the focus of keeping active and having fun will remain the same.
Downtown Treat Street Carnival, Holiday Street Lighting Canceled Bearfootin’ Art Walk Auction Goes Virtual
HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. (September 21, 2020) - After serious thought about the safety of the community and statewide mandates on public gatherings, the...Read more
Update 11/10/20: Parks Division crews are still dealing with an exceptionally high volume of leaves. They are in the midst of completing their second rotation through the City.
Update 11/2/20: Due to the large volume of leaves and impacts of Tropical Storm Zeta, the collection rotation...Read more
During the months of September, October, and November, the City of Hendersonville will be completing maintenance and resurfacing on several different streets within the City.
Construction will begin in late September with the majority of the work to be completed by mid-November. The...Read more
The new homes at Oklawaha Village, 1818 N. Main St., will soon sport 34 trees, planted throughout the neighborhood by the homeowners. Residents are taking advantage of Hendersonville Tree Board’s NeighborWoods project to acquire at no charge the new saplings. The program provides free trees to...Read more
The City of Hendersonville’s Community Development Department established in the fall of 2020 reflects the demands of a growing city. Over the years the City has included within its hierarchy, a planning department, a zoning department, a downtown economic development department, and a...Read more
Hendersonville Farmers Market on Maple Street at the Historic Train Depot is celebrating Pollinator Day on Saturday, September 12, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Hendersonville Bee City USA booth will distribute free packets of pollinator-friendly seeds (while supplies last) and volunteers will provide...Read more
It was a regular day in City Hall when Customer Service received a call that exemplified the spirit of compassion that runs deep in the Hendersonville community.
“I had read an article in the paper about the City working with people to set up payment plans when they had gotten behind on...Read more
Governor Cooper’s Executive Order that prohibited utility disconnections and late payment fees ended on July 29, 2020, at 11:59 pm. The expiration of ...Read more