City News

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...

2/25/2022

June is Pollinator Month in Hendersonville. Individuals, businesses, and organizations wishing to schedule an event during Pollinator Month must send details by MARCH 15, 2022 to beecityhendersonville@gmail.com . Patrice German, Bee City USA-...

2/18/2022

Hendersonville Tree Board and Bullington Gardens have created a new partnership to coordinate and expand Hendersonville’s commitment to its Bee City USA initiative. Bee City USA, a national program launched in 2012, supports and recognizes communities that work to sustain and protect pollinators...

2/16/2022

Update 4/9/22 - All mulch material has been distributed. The Spring Mulch Giveaway is complete.

Update 4/4/22 - All the compost material has been distributed. There is still a limited amount of mulch remaining.

The City of Hendersonville has scheduled its seasonal mulch giveaway...

2/16/2022

The City of Hendersonville will be offering Spring bulk leaf collection for City residents during the month of March. Bulk leaf collection will begin on Tuesday, March 1, and conclude on Thursday, March 31....

2/4/2022

The Oklawaha Greenway (Phase III) is eligible for an NCDOT Mobi Award and we need your help to win!

Vote each day at https://bit.ly/3AW2XZE

Voting closes February 25th!

1/31/2022

The FY20-21 Hendersonville Water & Sewer Annual Report is now available online. Visit Water & Sewer's report page to view the document.

1/24/2022

A guided winter tree walk along Third and Fourth Avenues in Hendersonville’s West Side Historic District neighborhood will highlight registered Heritage Trees and a variety of large, shapely trees that complement the historic homes. On Sunday, February 6, the walk will begin at 2 p.m. Space is...

1/20/2022

The City of Hendersonville is celebrating its 175th anniversary!

The City of Hendersonville is turning 175 years old! The Act to Incorporate was ratified on January 7, 1847. We will be celebrating all year long to honor the City’s history and all who have helped make it the vibrant...

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...

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