Weaverville Town Hall
30 South Main Street P.O. Box 338 Weaverville, NC 28787
Open MON – FRI: 8:30am -5:00pm
The Weaverville Administration & Finance Department is home to the Town Manager who serves as the chief executive officer of the Town. Administration includes such functions as budget, finance, Town Clerk and Town Attorney. The department consists a total of 6 staff members including the Town Manager (3 in Finance, a Town Clerk and a part-time Town Attorney). The Town Manager oversees all department heads and employees.
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: (828) 645-7116
A native of Western North Carolina and career public servant, Selena Coffey has served as the first female town manager for the Town of Weaverville since 2015. In this appointed position, Coffey acts as Weaverville’s chief executive officer, overseeing all municipal departments, including the Police Department, Fire Department, Finance and Administration, Planning and the Public Works and Water Departments. Prior to being appointed as the Town’s Manager, Coffey served four years as an executive director for a nonprofit organization and 16 years in local government management. Coffey gained a firm foothold in local government when she served for 16 years working for Henderson County government in progressively responsible positions as Budget Analyst, Budget & Management Director and Assistant County Manager. In Henderson County, Selena was instrumental in introducing performance based budgeting, facilitating the development of the County’s first strategic plan and supervising over 800 personnel.
Ms. Coffey graduated from Western Carolina University, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Social Work in 1993 and a Master of Public Affairs in 1995. Coffey has earned the designation as a Credentialed Manager with the International City-County Managers Association (ICMA) and earned her Certificate in County & Municipal Administration from the School of Government at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2005. Although Coffey is passionate about her role in public service, she notes that raising her son is her greatest honor in life. She loves being outdoors and particularly enjoys hiking, camping, fishing, working with rescue animals and spending time with family and friends.
One of the major responsibilities of every municipal governing board is to adopt the annual municipal budget, which determines what services will be provided and at what level.
In the Town’s case, Town Council must set the municipal property tax rate when it adopts is annual budget. Town residents must pay Town property taxes as well as Buncombe County property taxes. By law, all North Carolina budgets must be balanced, and the Local Government Commission provides oversight over municipal finances.
The Town of Weaverville is pleased to provide residents and businesses with relevant town forms and documents online. Please click the button below to navigate to our Forms & Documents page to locate and download the information you need.
Copies of the Town’s Budgets and Annual Budget and Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports can also be found there.
A Message from our Town Manager
Dear Friends and Visitors,
Welcome to the beautiful Town of Weaverville and our website. We are proud of our community and hope you will visit with us soon and often. Weaverville has over 4,000 residents, who are among the nicest people living in North Carolina. Our town staff is composed of dedicated employees, comprising five major Departments of town government. These departments include: Administration & Finance, Planning and Zoning, Police Department, Fire Department and Public Works, which includes water services.
As the Weaverville Town Manager, I oversee the affairs of the town government, the town’s departments, and directly work with the Mayor of Weaverville and Weaverville Town Council in the implementation of Council’s policies and vision. Weaverville’s employees are dedicated to providing residents, businesses, and visitors with a great place to live, work, and play.
Weaverville is conveniently located approximately 10 miles north of the City of Asheville. We are working to create and maintain an appropriate balance of industry, business, and the necessary services for our residents. In addition, we work to honor our place in the Blue Ridge Mountains, striving to develop harmony with our environment, but always keeping Weaverville’s residential character as a priority.
In order to create this harmony, Weaverville’s vision remains centered on our citizens’ needs; to provide quality service, fast and efficient emergency services when needed, and provide an overall safe and pleasant atmosphere for its visitors and residents. The Town of Weaverville is dedicated to its citizens and will continue to promote the distinct identity of our town in the county, region, and state.
I hope you will visit our website often and enjoy seeing all we have to offer. We are here to serve you.
Selena D. Coffey, MPA, ICMA-CM
Town Manager, Town of Weaverville
Where can I find the Town Fees?
The Town’s fee schedule is adopted annually with the budget ordinance and may be updated by Town Council anytime throughout the year. You can view the Town’s Fee Schedule here.
How do I pay my water or sewer bill?
You can pay your water and sewer online via direct debit, by mail, using our drop-box or in person at Town Hall. For more information, please view our Paying Town Bills page.
How can I appeal my Property Tax Bill?
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 can 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, Water & Sewer Collections, Planning and Legal Services. The lower level of the building houses the Weaverville Police Department.
How can 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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