Affordable Housing Advisory Committee

The Affordable Housing Advisory Committee is composed of no more than 9 members who will represent the diverse viewpoints of community stakeholders on affordable housing.The Committee will work in conjunction...

African American Heritage Commission

The City-County African American Heritage Commission consists of nine members. Three of those members are appointed by the Asheville City Council, three are appointed by the Buncombe County Board of Commissioners,...

Asheville Downtown Commission

The Asheville Downtown Commission was created by City Council for the sustainability and continued development of downtown, a vital urban center of western North Carolina’s economic, cultural and...

Board of Adjustment

The City of Asheville’s Board of Adjustment has jurisdiction to hear cases regarding variance requests from the provisions of the Unified Development Ordinance. Additionally, the Board of Adjustment...

Civil Service Board

The Civil Service Board consists of five members:  two appointed by City Council (which must be city residents), two elected by members of the Classified Service, and one member appointed by the other...

Historic Resources Commission

The Historic Resources Commission (HRC) was created in 1979 through a local ordinance adopted by both the City of Asheville and Buncombe County pursuant to the North Carolina General Statutes....

Homeless Initiative Advisory Committee

This Commission is composed of not more than 16 members, representing various focus areas or agencies (consumer, Buncombe County, supportive/permanent housing, mental health/substance abuse, legal, educational/university,...

Human Relations Commission

The Human Relations Commission of Asheville (HRCA) carries out the following duties to include, but are not limited to:Making policy recommendations to the City Council which promote and improve human...

Mountain Community Capital Fund Operating Committee

Sponsored by The City of Asheville, Buncombe County, Self-Help Ventures Fund (“Self-Help”), Carolina Small Business, and Mountain BizWorks, the Mountain Community Capital Fund (MCCF) is aimed...

Multimodal Transportation Commission

The mission of the Multimodal Transportation Commission (MMTC) is to assist the City in furthering, advancing, and promoting a comprehensive and integrative transportation system that incorporates multimodal...

Neighborhood Advisory Committee

The Committee consists of nine members, all appointed by City Council, with representation from specific community sectors.  Members shall be residents of the City or the City’s extra-territorial...

Planning and Zoning Commission

The Planning and Zoning Commission is an advisory board to City Council that:reviews text for proposed amendments to the Unified Development Ordinance hears proposals to zone or change the zoning...

Riverfront Planning and Design Review Committee

Welcome to the August - Riverfront Planning and Design Review Virtual Meeting.  While we are Staying Home and Staying Safe, the City of Asheville wants you to still have the opportunity...

Transit Committee

The Transit Committee functions as an advisory board to the Multimodal Transportation Commission and to City staff on matters affecting the transit system and its operation. The Transit Committee...

Urban Forestry Commission

The City of Asheville, realizing that trees have a profound effect on the quality of life in the community, deems it necessary and desirable in the interest of public health, safety and welfare to enact...

Sustainability Advisory Committee on Energy and the Environment (duplicate)

Sustainability Advisory Committee on Energy and the Environment is the committee responsible for developing and recommending policy to support topics such as sustainable energy, waste reduction, sustainable...