City News

4/28/2022

Trees provide the very necessities of life itself. They clean our air, protect our drinking water, create healthy communities, and feed the human soul. This statement from the Arbor Day Foundation is the basis of Hendersonville’s Arbor Day Celebration, an outdoor event scheduled for Friday, May...

4/27/2022

The City of Hendersonville Public Works Department will be conducting roadside mowing on City streets starting May 9 and continuing until late September. Vegetation control along roadsides improves the visibility of signs, preserves sightlines for road users, and...

4/25/2022

The Laura E. Corn mini-golf course will finish out the 2022 season at Boyd Park and reopen in its new location at Edwards Park in 2023. Before the amenity relocates around the corner, the public is invited to see the...

4/1/2022

20th Annual "TULIP EXTRAVAGANZA"

Spring has sprung in downtown Hendersonville North Carolina is coming alive with color, just in time for the annual Tulip Extravaganza. "It's been a challenging couple of years but spring is upon us which means downtown will be in full bloom.", said...

3/31/2022

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

On Thursday, April 14, 2022 from 8:00 am to 10:30 am Chief Blair Myhand and other Hendersonville Police Officers will be at Black Bear Coffee located at 318 N. Main Street.

...

3/29/2022

Church Street Closure Update - April 22, 2022

The evening road closures on N. Church Street concluded on Wednesday as the stormwater infrastructure installation was completed. There are two more evening road closures scheduled for Monday, April 25 and Tuesday, April 26 to tie in the...

3/28/2022

As Wolf Chase Residents Prepare for a New Development Next Door, They Plant Trees

Residents of Wolf Chase, a subdivision on U.S. 64, east of downtown Hendersonville, are planting trees in preparation for a new development being built on its border. The Wolf Chase Homeowners Association...

3/21/2022

The Hendersonville Police Department is partnering with the Council on Aging to offer a Pill Take Back Event on Wednesday, April 13, 2022. The event will take place at the Council on Aging office located at 105 King Creek Boulevard in Hendersonville from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm.

Residents...

3/17/2022

The City of Hendersonville is seeking public input on a grant project proposal that could connect the Ecusta Trail to the Oklawaha Greenway and 7th Avenue.

The public is invited to attend a drop-in public meeting on Tuesday, March 29th from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. at the City Operations Center...

3/14/2022

The Hendersonville Police Department invites the community to join them for a litter clean-up later this month. The ‘March for Hendersonville’ litter clean-up event will focus efforts on picking up trash in and around City of Hendersonville parks and the Oklawaha Greenway. Community members...

3/10/2022

Barbara Hughes, owner of Narnia Studios in Downtown Hendersonville was recognized among thirty-three North Carolina Main Street Champions during a virtual Recognition Ceremony today at 9:00 a.m. Including this year’s group of honorees, 837 Main Street Champions have been recognized by the N.C....

3/10/2022

Chief Blair Myhand and HPD staff have assembled a monthly report to increase transparency and involve the community in the services provided by the organization. Each month the reports will be posted on the Police Transparency webpage . This report was a result...

3/7/2022
Fix A Leak Week - March 14-20, 2022

Did you know that across the country, nearly 1 trillion gallons of water are wasted from household leaks each year?

Sponsored by EPA’s WaterSense® program , Fix a Leak Week is...

3/3/2022

Police Chief Blair Myhand and the Hendersonville Police Department invite community members to get involved with their local police department by attending a Citizen Advisory Group meeting. This group periodically meets with police department staff to provide feedback and generate ideas and...

2/25/2022

New housing developments are being built in the area at a fast pace, with a corresponding loss of trees during construction. But homeowners can offset the loss to our overall tree canopy by planting trees, which also helps support lots of pollinator species and other wildlife. Moreover, trees...

Pages