City News


Round up the whole family to see, touch, and learn about our City of Hendersonville’s many fascinating trucks and vehicles on August 14 at the monthly LoveHendo Saturday! In partnership with the City’s Police, Fire, Public Works, and Water & Sewer departments, the whole family can learn...Read more


The City of Hendersonville has openings on various advisory boards, commissions, and committees.

Have you ever wanted to make a difference?

Have you wondered, “Can the City benefit from my experience and knowledge?”...Read more


On July 12, 2021, the North Carolina Association of School Resource Officers (NCARSO) awarded Officer Joreeca Dinnall the C.C. McGee School Resource Officer of the Year award. Officer Dinnall was recognized at the NCASRO Conference.

“Officer Dinnall embodies exactly what kind of person...Read more


It is with deep sadness that the City of Hendersonville announces the passing of long-time City Council Member Steve Caraker. Steve passed away suddenly on July 6, 2021, at Pardee Memorial Hospital with his loving wife Donna at his side. Steve served on the Hendersonville City Council from...Read more


On June 24, 2021, the Hendersonville Fire Department held their 2021 Pinning Ceremony at the Thomas Auditorium at Blue Ridge Community College.

Fire Chief D. James Miller welcomed guests and spoke about the challenges over the past year and applauded the members of HFD for their...Read more


The City of Hendersonville City Council held a Special Call Meeting to consider three public hearings including the following:

Land Development Regulations Text Amendments Proposed for...Read more


July 3rd Parade On Saturday, July 3, 2021, the Hendersonville Merchants and Business Association will host an Independence Day Parade in downtown Hendersonville. The parade will begin at 10:30 a.m. and span from Caswell Street to 6th Avenue. The parade has a new route that runs from south to...Read more


Be Water Wise Hendersonville! Hendersonville Water & Sewer Encourages Water Conservation in Every Season

Hendersonville Water & Sewer has a reminder for anyone who consumes water in the area: Be Water Wise!

Although not as severe as eastern counties, Western North...Read more


The Hendersonville City Council adopted the FY21-22 Budget at their meeting on June 3, 2021. It will take effect on July 1, 2021.

View the FY21-22 Budget

Check out this short video for...Read more


Hendersonville Fire Department Rolls Out Platform to Engage with Residents and Businesses in Emergency Planning

The Hendersonville Fire Department is excited to announce the launch of Community Connect, an application...Read more


Hendersonville Water & Sewer asks Customers to Keep their Water Meters Accessible

With the arrival of better weather and the increased focus on yards and landscaping, Hendersonville Water & Sewer has an important reminder for customers: Keep your water...Read more


Starting in early May and continuing until September , the City of Hendersonville Public Works Department will be conducting roadside mowing on City streets. Vegetation control along roadsides improves the visibility of signs, preserves sightlines for road users, and...Read more


The City of Hendersonville FY21-22 Proposed Annual Operating and Capital Budget is now available.

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The Woodhill Drive connection to US Hwy 25 as well as one southbound lane of US Hwy 25 will be closed during the week of June 6, 2021, as part of Hendersonville’s Northside Water System Improvement Project. The portion of Woodhill Drive from Hendersonville Road to Thorncrest Drive / GlenSprings...Read more


Hendersonville Water and Sewer kicks off Drinking Water Week, celebrates tap water being “there when you need it!”

Hendersonville Water and Sewer is pleased to once again join the American Water Works Association and utilities across North America in celebrating Drinking Water Week!...Read more