City News

2/26/2024

The City of Hendersonville will sponsor its popular Document Shred Event for City residents on Friday, May 24, 2024, from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. This year’s event will be held in Patton Park located at 114 E. Clairmont Drive in Hendersonville. The Hendersonville Police Department will also...

2/20/2024

The City of Hendersonville Environmental Sustainability Board in partnership with MountainTrue, Conserving Carolina, the Aquarium & Shark Lab by Team ECCO, Caregivers of Mother Earth, and Blue Ridge Bicycle Club have organized the second annual Hendo Earth Fest occurring on Saturday, April...

2/16/2024

Following a well-attended and collaborative Gen H Comprehensive Plan Open House event, the City of Hendersonville is extending an opportunity for virtual feedback to community members who were unable to attend on February 13.

The public is invited to participate in an...

2/15/2024

In case you missed it - check out what happened during the Hendersonville City Council meeting on February 7, 2024!

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2/15/2024

Hendersonville was named a 2023 Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation to honor its commitment to effective urban forest management. The community also received a Tree City USA Growth Award for demonstrating environmental improvement and an outstanding level of tree care. This is the city's...

2/14/2024

Brian Pahle, Assistant City Manager of the City of Hendersonville, has recently been awarded the Credentialed Manager designation by ICMA, the International City/County Management Association. This recognition places Mr. Pahle among the distinguished cohort of over 1,300 local government...

2/13/2024

How to Plant, Prevent Tree Damage, Prune, Avoid Common Tree Health Problems, and more …

All About Caring for the Trees in Your Backyard

*The program was originally scheduled at Henderson County Library auditorium on Washington St., but due to construction at the library, the...

2/2/2024

Starting Thursday, February 1, 2024, there will be a full street closure of 7 th Avenue from Grove to Maple. This street closure marks the beginning of the long-anticipated 7 th Avenue Streetscape project, which will involve new sidewalks, lighting and landscaping, as well as water, sewer, and...

1/17/2024

The City of Hendersonville has lifted the Water Shortage Advisory following several significant rain events. Above normal water levels of the Mills River and favorable long-range precipitation models combined with the reduction of the county’s drought status from moderate to abnormally dry...

1/16/2024

We are having a conversation across Hendersonville about change, where we are, and where we want to be twenty years from now … and beyond.

The City of Hendersonville invites the community to participate in a final Gen H Open House to provide input in the development of a 2045...

1/12/2024

The 7th Avenue Streetscape is about to break ground! This is Phase 1 of an enhanced pedestrian experience in the district, with needed utility updates and stormwater infrastructure along 7th Avenue. This project will be taking place from Grove to Maple Street starting the last week of January,...

1/10/2024

In case you missed it - check out what happened during the Hendersonville City Council meeting on January 4, 2024!

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1/9/2024

The City of Hendersonville is working on creating its first Sustainability Strategic Plan, following the establishment of the Sustainability Division in 2023. The plan aims to set measurable goals that integrate environmental, social, and economic values to reduce the overall impact on the...

1/5/2024

Hendersonville Water & Sewer customers remain under a Stage 1 Water Shortage Advisory due to the region's moderate drought conditions and lower-than-normal water levels in the Mills River. Water users are still encouraged to voluntarily conserve water due to the ongoing drought conditions...

12/21/2023

The City of Hendersonville has taken an important step towards enhancing the City’s pedestrian infrastructure with the adoption of the “Walk Hendo” Pedestrian Plan. This new pedestrian plan aims to transform Hendersonville into a more walkable and pedestrian-friendly community by establishing a...

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