City News

1/17/2022

Due to expected overnight temperatures and the threat of black ice during morning commutes, City of Hendersonville government offices will delay opening until 10:00 am on Wednesday, January 19, 2022.

Hendersonville Public Works will resume garbage and recycling service on Wednesday,...

1/14/2022
Winter Weather Preparations and Reminders

The City of Hendersonville is taking steps to prepare for this weekend’s forecasted winter weather. Departments have been applying brine to the roads, completing equipment checks, and making preparations for the storm. The community is also encouraged to...

1/14/2022

The City of Hendersonville is taking steps to prepare for this weekend’s forecasted winter weather. Departments have been applying brine to the roads, completing equipment checks, and making preparations for the storm. The community is also encouraged to be prepared, be safe, and consider the...

1/12/2022

The City of Hendersonville has been awarded $4.5 million in federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARP) funds.

City Council’s vision is to use ARP dollars to fund transformative projects that address difficult community needs. Before selecting specific projects to fund, City Council wants to...

1/4/2022

14 Downtown Hendersonville Businesses Receive Pivot Fund Grants

$25,000 Funded by Duke Energy Hometown Revitalization Grant

January 4, 2022 – Fourteen downtown businesses have been awarded grants to support “pivoting” their business model. The Friends of Downtown...

1/4/2022

The Hendersonville Fire Department recognized two members during the annual awards ceremony held before the holidays. Firefighter Chris Norrington was presented the Firefighter of the Year award and Lieutenant John Herring was awarded Officer of the Year.

“Both of these individuals go...

12/29/2021

Henderson County Solid Waste is proud to be partnering with Asheville GreenWorks to bring Hard to Recycle events to Henderson County. We are excited to host Spring and Fall events in 2021!...

12/7/2021
Check out these great holiday reminders from Henderson County ! These recommendations pertain to City of Hendersonville garbage & recycling customers too! Recycle: Plain Gift Wrap, Plain Gift Boxes (flattened),...
12/2/2021

The Hendersonville Police Department invites the community to stop by and have ‘Coffee with Cops’!

On Friday, December 17th from 8:30 am to 10:00 am Chief Blair Myhand and other Hendersonville Police Officers will be at Black Bear Coffee located at 318 N. Main Street.

Community...

11/15/2021

Downtown Hendersonville will light up with holiday cheer at the annual Holiday Tree Lighting event on Friday, November 26 from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m.

All are welcome to gather on the Historic Courthouse Plaza to sing Christmas carols, sip hot cocoa and watch for the man in red. Kick off...

11/8/2021

The Hendersonville Police Department is pleased to announce Officer Joreeca Dinnall is one of three officers across the nation to receive a 2021 Axon RISE Officer Award. Designed to honor those in public safety and community organizations, the RISE Awards highlight the untold stories of the...

10/18/2021

The Hendersonville Police Department invites the community to celebrate the grand opening of their Hendersonville Police Station on Wednesday, November 3, 2021. A ceremony and ribbon cutting will take place in front of the station along Ashe Street at 4:00 p.m. Attendees will be invited to tour...

10/11/2021

Neighbors in the Higate Road section of Druid Hills, one of the City’s oldest neighborhoods, will receive trees at 10 a.m. on Saturday, October 16, which they will plant at their homes. Nearly 20 trees, paid for and provided by Hendersonville Tree Board at no cost to homeowners, will be...

10/5/2021

Update – October 22, 2021 – Work is continuing on the Clear Creek Interceptor Replacement project and will continue throughout the weekend and into next week. The road is expected to reopen on Thursday, October 28th.

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The road closure for the sewer installment has been...

9/25/2021

Update 11/29/21:

There is currently a high volume of leaves that have been dropped from trees around the City. Due to the increased volume of leaves, collection routes are taking longer than earlier in the season to complete. Public Works crews are working as quickly as...

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