Paying Town Bills

The Town of Weaverville collects monthly payments for the town water system and sewer payments for the Metropolitan Sewerage District. The Buncombe County Tax Department collects property taxes for the Town of Weaverville. For a complete outline of how to pay and manage your residential bills online or in person, please visit our Town Billing page for more information. Residents are encouraged to ask any questions in person or over the phone, by visiting the Weaverville Town Hall, or calling (828) 645-7116.

Rent the Community Center


At the Community Center, we rent spaces for community use for meetings, celebrations, birthday parties, class reunions, weddings, receptions, and more. Included in our spaces for rent are the Albert Weaver Room, Multipurpose Room, Kitchen, and Patio overlooking Lake Louise.

Click here to view the rental fees.

  • Tables and chairs are included in your rental.
  • Access to technology, sound system, microphone, and a projector screen are also included, depending on the space you’re renting.

Contact us for more information or book your space today!

The Community Center also hosts the Dry Ridge Historical Museum, an independent nonprofit run by a group of dedicated volunteers.

The Community Center is managed by the Town’s Recreation Coordinator, Sarah Myers, who can be reached at (828) 658-5816 or [email protected].

Our Community Center rental site, CivicRec, is best used via desktop computer. The mobile app does not show full information on the facility. If you only have access to a mobile device, please call the Recreation Coordinator to get full information on the rentable spaces.


Lake Louise Outdoor Recreation Complex

Four Pickleball Courts and One Basketball Court

Phase 1 of the Lake Louise Outdoor Recreation Complex opened February 3rd, 2024. The Complex contains four pickleball courts and one half-basketball court. Phase 2 of the Recreation Complex will include a picnic area and bathrooms.

The courts are not available to reserve, and they are open to the public. Please read and abide by the rules. Use of the Complex is done at your own risk.

New Playground at Lake Louise

We opened a brand-new playground at Lake Louise in December 2023.

With eight slides and multiple musical instruments, the structure is ADA compliant and completely replaced the former play structure.

We will host an official ribbon cutting event this Spring. For more information, please call the Public Works Department at (828) 645-0606

For Residents
For Residents

Weaverville Center for Creative & Healthy Living

The Weaverville Center for Creative & Healthy Living (WCCHL) was established in the summer of 2021 as a 501(c)(3) not for profit corporation and began operations in October of that same year.

Since that time, WCCHL has organized 24-30 programs, classes, and special events every month through generous volunteer instructors and group champions who enable us to bring this programming to our wonderful community for free.  Yes, free!

Programs range from yoga to ballroom dancing to Canasta. Most classes are drop-in, please contact the instructors for more information. Some require pre-registration.

To be added to the WCCHL newsletter distribution, send an email to [email protected] – or visit their Facebook page at


Buncombe County Library Weaverville Branch

The Weaverville Library, located at 41 North Main Street, Weaverville, NC, is a branch of the Buncombe County Library System.  With 11 county branches, the Buncombe library system has been a vital part of the community for 125 years. Pack Memorial Library, in downtown Asheville, serves as the central branch. The Buncombe County Law Library is located in the Buncombe County Courthouse. Almost every Buncombe County resident lives within five miles of a public library branch.

In addition to lending books, the library offers Weaverville residents a choice of audio books, movies and music. Reference materials and reader’s advisory services are also available. Librarians are always available to assist residents with local resources and library services.

Contact Information

Weaverville Library. 41 N. Main Street. Weaverville, NC 28787
Phone:  (828) 250-6482

Hours of Operation

Tuesday: 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Wednesday – Friday: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.


Baby Story Time

Every Tuesday from 3:30 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.

Ages birth – 18 months.

Preschool Story Time

Every Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.

Ages 3 – 6 years old.

Town Library Calendar of Events

Please visit the Weaverville Library page on the Buncombe County website to see a calendar of Weaverville Library Events.

For Residents

Join the Town of Weaverville 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. Past academies have promoted the collaboration between residents and government.  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, on Thursday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m.

The award of certificates and final wrap-up of the annual Weaverville Citizens’ Academy is held in July or August. In order to graduate, participants are expected to attend at least five of the seven sessions and attend one Weaverville Town Council meeting. Applications to the program is required.

The 2024 Session is full and in session.

Applications for the 2025 session can 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.

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The Town of Weaverville operates its programs, activities, and services, without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, or income level, in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related statutes.  The Town assures every effort will be made to ensure that no person in the Town will be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity that it administers, whether those programs, activities and services are federally funded or not.