Welcome to Weaverville
Chartered in 1875, The Town of Weaverville (pop. 4000+) is located 9 mi. north of Asheville and rests in the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina.
Support Weaverville’s locally-owned shops and businesses. From dining and arts, to real estate and others, Weaverville is built on a deeply-rooted commitment to small business.
Many entrepreneurs and artisans call the Town of Weaverville home. Weaverville is one of the few small towns to enjoy a healthy downtown area, with adequate parking and thriving small businesses. Residents and visitors can walk the length of Main Street, much as folks have done for the past 100 years, while enjoying the town’s unique shops, cafes, and restaurants.
Part of Western North Carolina’s scenic Asheville region, the Town of Weaverville is one of the most beautiful places in North Carolina. Folks continue to choose this quaint mountain town as a tourist destination, residence, and workplace.
A favorite spot for hikers, nature lovers, and outdoor enthusiasts across the world, the Asheville-Buncombe County area offers a multitude of opportunities for explorers in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Weaverville has its own flavor of exploration, which includes a Weaverville entrance to the Blue Ridge Parkway, miles of local hiking trails, cycling routes, scenic drives, wildlife, and native plants. In addition, the Town of Weaverville hosts several community events throughout the year, intended to celebrate our unique roots in Western North Carolina.
Sealed bids for the project entitled Crack Repairs in Concrete Basins at the Lawrence T. Sprinkle Water Treatment Facility in Weaverville, NC will be received by the Town of Weaverville at 2:00 pm local time on June 26, 2018 in the Town of Weaverville Public Works Facility, 15 Quarry Road,… Read more
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Flooding Can Present a Public Health Risk for Residents and Businesses For Immediate Release HHS Media Coordinator [email protected] or 828.775.1321 May 31, 2018 Buncombe County, N.C. – Flooding and standing water can expose the public to infectious diseases, chemical hazards and injuries both during and after a weather event.… Read more