Category: Town News

Community Center Groundbreaking Ceremony, February 1, 2020 at 11am

The Town of Weaverville wishes to invite the public to attend the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new Community Center on Saturday, February 21, 2020 at 11:00am on site, which is located at 60 Lakeshore Drive, Weaverville.

We hope to see you there!


Community Center Groundbreaking

Notice of Change of Location for Town Council Regularly Scheduled Meeting

Notice of Change of Location for Town Council

Regular Scheduled Meeting

This notice is to inform the public that the location of the Town of Weaverville Town Council Regularly Scheduled meeting for Monday, February 24, 2020 at 7:00p.m. has been moved to the Fire Department Training Room at 3 Monticello Rd, Weaverville, NC.

Interested in Entering a Float in the Weaverville Christmas Parade?

The Town of Weaverville will host its annual Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 7, 2019.  The parade begins at 1:00pm.  All parade entries will line up and sign in at the command post located on the first road on the left off the Dula Springs Road entrance to North Buncombe Middle School at 11:00am.  There is no charge for entries and trophies will be awarded to the three best floats.  Anyone interested in being in the parade should contact Parade Chairperson, Dottie Sherrill at (828) 645-7579.

Public Hearing on Request for Annexation and Initial Zoning



The public will take notice that the Town Council of the Town of Weaverville, North Carolina, has called a public hearing at 7:00 p.m. on October 21, 2019, in the Council Chambers at Town Hall located at 30 South Main Street, Weaverville, NC, on the questions of annexing a +/- .3 acre tract of land owned by Crest Residential, LLC, located on Monticello Road, into the Town of Weaverville, and providing an initial zoning designation of R-12 on the property should it be annexed. The property to be annexed is described in that deed recorded in Book 5799 at Page 353, Buncombe County Registry, and is also identified as Buncombe County Parcel Number 9733-71-3521.

The property owner initiated a voluntary annexation by filing a petition pursuant to N.C. General Statutes. All interested citizens are invited to attend the meeting and provide input during the public hearing.

If you would like more information concerning the annexation petition and zoning request please contact Jennifer Jackson at [email protected] or by calling 828-645-7116.

James Eller

Weaverville Deputy Town Clerk

Town Encourages Residents’ Input in N.C. Transportation Improvement Program

The Mayor and Town Council would like to encourage your input into the N.C. Department of Transportation (NCDOT) Draft 2020-2029 Transportation Improvement Program. This plan relates the Weaverville (Project A-0010A) in the following ways:
  • I-26 will be widened from 4 lanes to 8 from Broadway up to New Stock Rd exit 21.
  • I-26 will be widened from 4 lanes to 6 from New Stock to the Weaverville exit 19.
More information is available here:  Comments may be sent to [email protected] or 828-251-6622 through October 23rd, or made in-person at the MPO Board meeting on October 24th at 1:00 PM at Land of Sky Regional Council (339 New Leicester Highway, Asheville).

Second Saturday Summer Series

The Town of Weaverville will be hosting the final Second Saturday Summer Series of 2019 on September 14 at 6pm. Please join your friends and neighbors for an evening of music from fiddler Roger Howell and Friends at the meadow within the Main Street Nature Park.


Second Saturday Summer Series – September Flyer

Apply to the 2020 Citizens Academy

The Town of Weaverville hosts an annual Citizens’ Academy to promote open dialogue and provide the community with education about the workings of town government. Any resident is welcome to participate. The curriculum covers current town programs, services, policies, procedures, plus a “behind the scenes” look at how Weaverville’s government operates.
The Weaverville Citizens’ Academy offers citizens insight into how the town functions with workshop sessions led by town department heads, town staff, and elected officials.Most sessions are held at the given department, which allows department staff to provide a tour. An overview of the department functions, along with a question-and-answer session at the end of each program are also part of each session.
Students of the Weaverville Citizens’ Academy are given a foundation of knowledge regarding town government and services. This foundation and interaction with the town’s key department staff creates a stronger, informed community, which makes it easier for the town government to function smoothly. Sessions are held once per month, January through July, every third Thursday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. The award of certificates and final wrap-up of the annual Weaverville Citizens’ Academy is held in July.
In order to graduate, participants are expected to attend at least five of the seven sessions and attend one Weaverville Town Council meeting. Application to the program is required. Applications may be sent to Weaverville Town Manager Selena Coffey via mail at P.O. Box 338, Weaverville, NC 28787, or via email at [email protected]. Applications may also be hand-delivered to the Weaverville Town Hall, 30 South Main Street.