City News

1/4/2021

The City of Hendersonville, in partnership with the Housing Assistance Corporation , is excited to announce the award of a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) in the amount of $750,000 from The North Carolina...

12/31/2020

The City of Hendersonville Offers Virtual ‘Meet the Hendersonville Police Chief Candidates’

Hendersonville, NC (December 31, 2020) - After an extensive search and hiring process spanning the past five months, the City of Hendersonville has narrowed the Chief of Police applicant pool to...

12/22/2020

The City of Hendersonville Stormwater Division has contracted with WithersRavenel to conduct a Stormwater Asset Inventory and Assessment within Hendersonville’s City limits and extra-territorial jurisdiction (ETJ). The information collected during this project will enable the City to:...

12/16/2020

City of Hendersonville Customer Service would like to remind customers to only submit their utility payments directly to the City of Hendersonville. Using third-party payment centers at retail locations is not a reliable way to make Hendersonville Water & Sewer utility payments, garbage...

12/14/2020

Smarter Parking Experience Improves Service and Convenience in Downtown Hendersonville

Hendersonville, NC (December 14, 2020) Hendersonville drivers will soon have the option to pay for parking from their mobile devices. Beginning December 15, visitors parking in the Azalea, Maple, and...

12/8/2020

Shop with a Hero Goes Virtual Bringing Socially Distanced Shopping Spree to Students

Hendersonville, NC (December 8, 2020) For the seventh consecutive year, local elementary students were able to ‘Shop with a...

11/25/2020

The Walk of Fame Steering Committee was established in 2016 by the Hendersonville City Council and Henderson County Board of Commissioners to honor those individuals...

11/17/2020

The City of Hendersonville City Council believes the community is best served when there is a diverse group of citizens advising them on important decisions. The City Council is looking for community-minded citizens to fill open positions on several boards and commissions.

“Boards,...

9/21/2020

Update 11/10/20: Parks Division crews are still dealing with an exceptionally high volume of leaves. They are in the midst of completing their second rotation through the City.

Update 11/2/20: Due to the large volume of leaves and impacts of Tropical Storm Zeta, the collection rotation...

6/4/2020

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...

3/17/2020

March 16, 2020

The City of Hendersonville is closely monitoring the impacts of coronavirus (COVID-19) and has plans in place to protect residents, employees, and first responders as the situation develops.

“We are taking steps to limit the impact of this virus on our community...

2/3/2020

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.

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1/3/2020

Hendersonville Water & Sewer is committed to earning and maintaining public trust. The utility strives to be open, ensure access, encourage involvement, and be accountable to customers. Please review the...

10/18/2019

What would your day be like if you had no access to clean water?

This is the question the City of Hendersonville is proposing on October 21, 2021 for Imagine a Day Without Water , a nationwide day of education and advocacy about the...

9/30/2019

The City of Hendersonville is currently experiencing lower than normal levels in their water supply (Mills River) due to the on-going drought conditions affecting most of North Carolina.

"The City of Hendersonville encourages all water customers to take conservations measures," said City...

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