Lake Louise Park
Lake Louise Park

Public Works

Street Division:

The Town of Weaverville maintains approximately 20 miles of streets within the town limits.  Maintenance includes patching of pavement cuts, potholes, and other damage.  The town generally tries to repave streets on a 20-year rotation, or sooner if conditions warrant.  In addition to general maintenance of the driving surface, the Street Division also provides the following services as needed:

  • Sidewalk maintenance and repair
  • Maintenance of ditches, culverts, drain inlets, etc.
  • Sign installation and maintenance
  • Right of way maintenance and monthly mowing
  • Snow and ice removal during inclement weather

Quarry Road December 19, 2019

In some areas street lighting is provided by the Streets Division on both Town and NCDOT maintained streets within Town limits. If you see that a street light is out or having issues contact Public Works by phone at (828) 645-0606. If you can give us the pole number or physical address it would be helpful.

Sanitation Division:

Public Works Garbage Truck
Public Works Sanitation Trucks 

The Sanitation Department is responsible for the collection of solid waste, including collection of household trash and yard waste. Solid waste collection is available only for waste generated within the Town limits. The Town of Weaverville collects garbage once per week at over 2,000 collection points. The Town is divided into three collection areas. Collection begins on Monday and ends on Wednesday. Call the Public Works Department  (828) 645-0606 with your street address to determine your schedule. In order to be collected, the trash and recycling must be curbside by 8:00 a.m. on your collection day. Collection may be affected due to inclement weather so please call Public Works to verify your schedule.

This Division also oversees the curbside recycling program which is provided by a contract with Curbside Management. In order to be collected, the trash and recycling must be curbside by 7:00 a.m. on your collection day. Recycling Guidelines may be found here:  Curbie Accepted List

2022 Holiday Garbage Collection Schedule

Martin Luther King: Monday, January 17, 2022 route will be collected on Thursday, January 20, 2022

Memorial Day:  Monday, May 30, 2022 route will be collected on Thursday, June 2, 2022

Independence Day:  Monday, July 4, 2022 route will be collected on Thursday, July 7, 2022

Labor Day:  Monday, September 5, 2022 route will be collected on Thursday, September 8, 2022

Christmas: Monday, December 26, 2022 route will be collected on Thursday, December 29, 2022.  Tuesday, December 27, 2022 route will be collected on Friday, December 30, 2022

Park Maintenance Division:

Wooden Park Benches at the Main Street Nature Park
Main Street Nature Park

Although the Town of Weaverville does not have recreation programming staff, the Town provides a number of passive recreational opportunities for its citizens and visitors at its two parks, Lake Louise Park and the Main Street Nature Park. The Recreation Division of the Public Works Department is responsible for maintenance of these parks, equipment and facilities. The Town has adopted a number of rules and regulations to help keep our parks in good condition and insure that everyone has an enjoyable time.

Lake Louise Park is a located at 120 Merrimon Avenue and covers approximately 15.5 acres. The park  features Lake Louise itself, playground facilities, outdoor exercise equipment, picnic shelters, a 0.61 mile walking track, grills, a beautiful waterwheel and fishing opportunities. Picnic shelters are not available for reservation at this time and may be utilized on a first come first serve basis.

Those who have a State fishing license purchased from the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission may fish in Lake Louise. Beginning in May, 2022 a fishing permit from the Town of Weaverville to fish in Lake Louise is no longer required.

The Main Street Nature Park, a 10 acre park, is located behind Town Hall, running parallel to Main Street from Town Hall to Pine Street, where there is a small parking area. This park allows for passive recreation such as walking, running, bird watching, picnics, photography and nature viewing. Leashed dogs are permitted on the walking trail. The park is a demonstration facility for creating natural habitats for flora and fauna. Established in 2019 the Town of Weaverville also hosts the Second Saturday Summer Series at a newly constructed stage found in the meadow within the park. Neighbors are invited to enjoy local musicians playing traditional music under the summer sky. Additional information related to this event may be found on the Town’s event calendar.

Water Resources

The Weaverville Water System supplies drinking water to all developed areas within the corporate limits of the Town of Weaverville with over 66 miles of pipe. In addition, the system serves approximately 2,800 customers in areas of Buncombe County adjacent to the town Limits, in the Reems Creek Valley and in areas along US Highway 19/23 North toward Madison County. While the Town of Weaverville was established in 1875, voters in 1913 approved the construction of the municipal water system. The system has operated continuously since that time.

The Water Production division of the Weaverville Water Department is responsible for producing all of the water distributed by the system. The Town of Weaverville owns and operates a 1.5 million gallon per day water treatment plant located in northern Buncombe County. In addition to water produced at the Water Plant, the Town has a connection with the City of Asheville and the Town of Mars Hill.

Town of Weaverville Water Department – Standard Details for Construction

2022 Water Quality Report For Testing Completed In 2021


NBMS Repair 12 12 2019


Related Links:

Arbor Day Foundation

Blue Ridge Parkway

Connect Reems Creek
Buncombe County Parks & Recreation
Connect Buncombe – Greenways
North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission
Reems Creek Golf Club
Tree City USA
Vance Birthplace

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