City News

12/29/2021

Henderson County Solid Waste is proud to be partnering with Asheville GreenWorks to bring Hard to Recycle events to Henderson County. We are excited to host Spring and Fall events in 2021!...

12/7/2021
Check out these great holiday reminders from Henderson County ! These recommendations pertain to City of Hendersonville garbage & recycling customers too! Recycle: Plain Gift Wrap, Plain Gift Boxes (flattened),...
11/8/2021

The Hendersonville Police Department is pleased to announce Officer Joreeca Dinnall is one of three officers across the nation to receive a 2021 Axon RISE Officer Award. Designed to honor those in public safety and community organizations, the RISE Awards highlight the untold stories of the...

9/23/2021

Laurel Park meters will be replaced and connected to an automated and near real-time reading network, referred to as Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI). Hendersonville Water & Sewer with assistance by the contractor USA (Utility Services Associates) will be installing the new water...

8/5/2021

As part of the American Rescue Plan passed by the federal government in 2021, the City of Hendersonville received $4.5 million in relief funds to be spent by the end of 2024. The City has decided to designate $1 million of the money it has received from the American Rescue Plan to nonprofit...

6/18/2021

Be Water Wise Hendersonville! Hendersonville Water & Sewer Encourages Water Conservation in Every Season

Hendersonville Water & Sewer has a reminder for anyone who consumes water in the area: Be Water Wise!

Although not as severe as other areas, Western North Carolina...

3/24/2021

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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11/16/2020

The City of Hendersonville has openings on various advisory boards and committees and is looking for community-minded residents to get involved with their local government.

“These boards are designed to give the public a voice in their government,” said Hendersonville Mayor Barbara Volk...

8/27/2020
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5/19/2020

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,...

5/8/2020

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,...

3/20/2020

March 20, 2020

The North Carolina Department of Public Health and Human Services has provided local governments additional clarification and guidance regarding Executive Order 118 and its impacts on restaurants and...

3/19/2020

Difficult circumstances often bring out the very best in collective efforts, a trend the Friends of Downtown Hendersonville, Henderson County Chamber of Commerce, and a group of concerned citizen volunteers saw play out firsthand this week. Conceiving, creating and launching the "Love Hendo"...

2/25/2020

Hendersonville, North Carolina, was named a 2019 Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation in honor of its commitment to effective urban forest management.

Hendersonville achieved Tree City USA recognition by...

11/8/2019

The Stage 1 Water Shortage Advisory issued by the City of Hendersonville on September 28 has been lifted.

At the City Council meeting on November 7, City Manager John Connet announced the water shortage advisory would be lifted at midnight. The advisory consisted of voluntary...

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