Archives: FAQs

How do I view the Town’s Code of Ordinances?

You can view the Town’s Code of Ordinances at the following link or click on the button below: The Code is updated electronically with every adoption or amendment that Town Council passes.

How do I pay my water and sewer bill or property taxes?

You can pay your water and sewer and property tax bills online, via direct debit, by mail, using our drop-box or in person at Town Hall. For more information, please click on the following button:

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How can I appeal my property tax bill?

Although residents must pay their Town and Buncombe County taxes to the Weaverville Tax Collector Debbie Bruce, the Town does not assess your property tax value(s). Any and all appeals or questions about your tax assessments must be presented to the Buncombe County Tax Department. You may contact them online here or call them at (828) 250-4910.

How do I report a water problem?

If you are a Weaverville water system customer and you are experiencing water problems (including reporting a smell, taste or similar issue), please contact Kara Shea at Public Works by calling (828) 645-0606. You may also call this number after hours and follow the instructions to page the person on call.


How do I do find out when Town Council is meeting?

Weaverville Town Council meets regulary on the third Monday of each month at 7:00pm except for in January and February, when they meet on the fourth Monday. Council meetings are held at Town Hall, located at 30 South Main Street in Weaverville.

Town Council workshops are held approximately every two months and special-called meetings are held on an as-needed basis. These meetings are publicized on the Town’s website calendar, on its social media pages and in the local media, in accordance with state statutes.

How do I review Town Council agendas or minutes from meetings?

The Town of Weaverville is pleased to provide Town Council and appointed Boards & Committees meeting agenda packets and minutes online for at least one year. Below, please find the attached PDF documents in reverse chronological order for you to download and review. You will need the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader (the link will take you off this site and to the Adobe website to download the application) for Mac/PC laptops and desktops. Alternatively, you can open PDF documents with Apple devices using the Preview App or in the latest version of Google Chrome, Firefox, or Safari browsers.


Agendas and Minutes

If you cannot find what you are looking for, please contact our Deputy Town Clerk James Eller via e-mail or call Town Hall at (828) 645-7116.

How can I apply to join a Town Board or Committee?

The Weaverville Town Council appoints boards and committees to help guide decision-making in Weaverville and to hear and make decisions that require special procedures. The Town is always seeking citizens wishing to participate in local government through service on a board or committee. Most appointments are for three year terms and do not provide any compensation for services.

You can find additional information about each board or committee and download the application by clicking this link:  Boards & Committees



How do I contact Town Hall?

You may call Town Hall at (828) 645-7116 or visit at 30 South Main Street in Weaverville. The street-level floor of Town Hall houses the Town Manager’s officer and Administration, which includes Finance, Tax Collections, Water & Sewer Collections, Planning and Legal Services. The lower level of the building houses the Weaverville Police Department.

How do I apply for a job?

As a matter of policy, the Town of Weaverville maintains a systematic, consistent recruitment program, while promoting equal employment opportunities and identifying and attracting the most qualified applicants for employment.

The Town of Weaverville is an equal opportunity employer and makes all employment decisions on the basis of merit.


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Can I swim and/or fish in Lake Louise?

Swimming and boating are both prohibited in Lake Louise.

Fishing is permitted in Lake Louise as long as you follow all rules and regulations established by the North Carolina Fish and Wildlife Commission.  If you are over age 16 you must also have a fishing permit issued by the Town.  Those under 16 must have a licensed adult with them to fish at Lake Louise. A permit is available at Town Hall between the hours of 8:30AM and 5:00 PM.