Coalition of Asheville Neighborhoods Action

Noise Ordinance to City Council - July 27, 5:00 PM

Last night's (6/22) City Council Meeting the Noise Ordinance will be voted on at the July 27 City Council meeting: Prepare for City Council: 7-27 5:00PM

Charlotte Street Development: “Be an Upstander, not a Bystander/The "Wrap"

We Need You To Wrap Charlotte Street! Saturday, June 12th at 10am. Click to learn how to participate

Save the Oakley Library

Your Coalition of Asheville Executive Committee and Board of Directors asked Buncombe County to keep the Oakley library open. Buncombe County Commissioners confirmed that library consolidation is on hold!  Thank you for your help.  Buncombe County will be holding library listening sessions.  We will keep you informed, and ask you participate! 

Homestay Public hearing, Delayed to September, 2021: City Council Meeting

The Coalition of Asheville Neighborhoods (CAN) will follow this discussion and keep you informed.  Read more to understand:

Oppose NC Senate Bill 349 and House Bill 401

The Coalition of Asheville Neighborhoods (CAN) strongly opposes NC Senate Bill 349 and House Bill 401, which seeks to take away local government's authority to make decisions affecting single-family residential zoningRead more to get engaged:




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If you would like to support the work of CAN, please make your check payable to:

Coalition of Asheville Neighborhoods 

Post Office Box 1858,

Asheville NC 28802

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Thank you so much for your support!!!