Police Chief Blair Myhand invites the Hendersonville community to get involved with their local police department. HPD is looking to create a Citizen Advisory Group to build connections with residents, receive feedback, and create a model to generate ideas and solutions alongside the community...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
After all the hullabaloo and excitement generated by the creation of the Bee and Pollinator Mural downtown, the moment has come to hold an official dedication of the finished product. On Thursday, May 13, 10:30 to 11 a.m., a short but sweet ceremony will wrap up the months-long painting of the...Read more
The City of Hendersonville’s Animal Services Advisory Committee (ASAC) wants to hear from city residents! The committee developed a short survey to get feedback from Hendersonville residents about the animals in their care and what priorities they have as pet owners.
To take the survey,...Read more
The 2021 Spring Litter Sweep is taking place April 10-24.
Traditionally scheduled for the last two weeks of April and September, Litter Sweep is the...Read more
Hendersonville Water & Sewer has contracted with USA (Utility Services Associates) to conduct meter-related maintenance over the next few months. Water customers may see USA crew members locating, working on, and replacing their water meters in addition to Hendersonville Water & Sewer...Read more
Residents in Green Meadows neighborhood near the 7 th Avenue East Historic District will receive trees on Saturday, April 17 to plant at their homes. Provided at no charge by Hendersonville Tree Board to 12 Green Meadows homeowners who signed up to participate in its NeighborWoods program, the...Read more
The City of Hendersonville is pleased to announce they are offering "Ivy" rain barrels again through their rain barrel program. The rain barrels are being offered at a discounted price to encourage residents to conserve precious water resources as well as to protect water quality.
The City of Hendersonville Stormwater Management Program invites the public to take a walk along the ‘Patton Park Stormwater Stroll.’ This series of Stormwater projects implemented by the City are now accompanied by educational signage aimed at engaging and teaching park visitors about water...Read more
The City of Hendersonville has scheduled its seasonal mulch giveaway program to begin on Thursday, March 18, 2021. Mulch will be available for pick up on Thursdays and Fridays from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and on Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. This schedule will take place until May 29,...Read more