Attention all Hendersonville Water Customers!
The City of Hendersonville has moved to a new and improved online payment portal. This is great news because now online account management is even easier and payment information is even more secure.
By registering on the new payment...Read more
Starting Friday, May 29 at 5pm through Sunday evening, Main Street from 6th Avenue to Allen Street will be closed to vehicular traffic to allow folks to enjoy Historic Downtown Hendersonville while maintaining a safe social distance.
The Open Streets concept allows restaurants to expand...Read more
With state restrictions beginning to ease during the Safer at Home Phase 2 order, the City of Hendersonville is able to grant additional in-person access to some City facilities and services.
Visitors to any City facility or park are advised to follow the recommended public health...Read more
The Hendersonville Fire Department would like to assist local businesses as they begin to reopen in the wake of COVID-19. Many of these businesses have been closed or operating in a limited capacity, and the Hendersonville Fire Department is providing some additional information to assure the...Read more
The City of Hendersonville Public Works Department is continually looking for ways to operate in a more efficient manner, in both economic terms and regarding environment impacts. One of their latest improvements occurred when the mowers used by the Parks Division were converted from using...Read more
The City of Hendersonville will sponsor its popular Document Shred and Drug Take Back Event for City residents on Friday, June 12, 2020, from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. This year’s event will be held in the Dogwood Parking Lot located at 423 N. Church Street in Downtown Hendersonville. Please enter...Read more
Mural to Highlight Bees and Their Importance …
Garden Jubilee Booth & Plant Sale to Benefit Bee Mural Project
(HENDERSONVILLE, NC, May 18, 2020) – During Garden Jubilee, being celebrated May 22-25 at various nurseries, farms, and orchards around Henderson County,...Read more
On June 1, 2020, the City of Hendersonville Public Works Department will begin roadside mowing on City streets. Vegetation control along roadsides improves the visibility of signs, preserves sightlines for road users and keeps sidewalks clear and free from overhanging limbs and branches....Read more
Hendersonville Police Chief Herbert Blake is pleased to announce a new agency initiative that will allow citizens to file some police reports online. The system is for incidents that occur within the Hendersonville city limits.
Lieutenant Mike Vesely received the following Letter of Commendation announcing him as Hendersonville Police Department’s most recent Employee of the Quarter.
Lieutenant Mike Vesely A Letter of Commendation In Recognition for Services as Set Forth Herein
We take great...Read more
May 7, 2020-- Downtown Hendersonville is preparing for businesses to be open and ready to welcome customers back downtown in a safe and healthy way. Businesses can opt into the “SafeHendo” pledge to let customers know of the precautions they are taking to ensure the safety of their customers,...Read more
As questions come in, Mayor Barbara Volk will provide video updates to address common questions relating to the City of Hendersonville and the response to COVID-19.
If you have a question, submit it at...Read more
Open Hydrants Led to Boil Water Advisory in Etowah April 9, 2020
Hendersonville Water & Sewer and the Hendersonville Police Department are seeking the public’s assistance in keeping watch over fire hydrants in the Etowah area.
On April 8, 2020, Hendersonville Water &...Read more
HENDERSON COUNTY COVID-19 RESPONSE FUND
United Way of Henderson County and Community Foundation of Henderson County have created the Henderson County COVID-19 Response Fund that will rapidly deploy resources to community-based organizations at the frontlines of coronavirus in Henderson...Read more