The City of Hendersonville’s existing water and sewer infrastructure in the Ashe Street Neighborhood and 4th Ave area is aging and in need of replacement. City forces spend significant resources maintaining this aging infrastructure. This area of downtown Hendersonville is ripe with commercial...Project Status: Current Projects
The 5th Avenue Art Route is a sidewalk mural on 5th Avenue in Downtown Hendersonville in a project funded by an AARP Community Challenge Grant, designed for quick action projects to help communities become more livable for people of all ages. The Friends of Downtown...Project Status: Completed Projects
As the Historic 7th Avenue Business District continues to see public and private investments, the City of Hendersonville’s Downtown Advisory Board is leading a community vision and branding process that coincides with streetscape and infrastructure improvements.Project Status: Current Projects
The Seventh Avenue Streetscape project is a $1.4 million investment into pedestrian and stormwater infrastructure and landscaping in the business district slated to start in 2023.Project Status: Current Projects
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 at...Project Status: Current Projects
The Clear Creek Interceptor Replacement consists of the replacement of approximately 3,3000 linear feet of undersized 18-inch diameter gravity sewer pipe along Clear Creek with 30-inch diameter sewer pipe. The purpose of the project is to provide additional capacity alleviating sanitary sewer...Project Status: Current Projects
Edwards Park, at the corner of N. Main and Locust, is being redeveloped into a new City of Hendersonville park.
Edwards Park will continue to house the Boy Scout huts as well as a new accessible miniature golf course, concession stand and playground. Local artists and...Project Status: Current Projects
The Etowah Area Water System Improvement Project includes the installation of approximately 14,800 linear feet of 12 and 8-inch water mains, a 500,000-gallon ground level water storage tank, construction of a booster pumping station, access road, and demolition of an existing...Project Status: Current Projects
Originally constructed in 1954, the Ewart Hill Reservoir No. 2 is a 5 million gallon covered concrete basin that makes up approximately 30% of the utility's total finished water storage. The improvements consists of installation of a flexible membrane liner to prolong the service life of...Project Status: Completed Projects