A road in the woods.

A road in the woods.

The leaves changing colors.


In observance of Memorial Day, the Town Hall and Public Works will be closed on Monday, May 29th. We will resume normal operating hours on Tuesday, May 30th at 9am.
The Town of Biltmore Forest is pleased to announce the selection of T.J. Bates as its new Police Chief. Bates has served as the Assistant Police Chief for the Town of Granite Falls, N.C. for the past 12 years and hasmore
The Town Board of Commissioners had planned to hold a public hearing regarding potential revisions to the Town's zoning ordinance on Tuesday, May 9, 2017. That public hearing has been removed from the agenda and hasmore
The Board of Commissioners invites citizens to a public hearing at the next regular Board meeting on Tuesday, May 9th, to receive feedback regarding a potential charter amendment. The proposed charter amendment wouldmore
The Town is continuing the invasive species removal process throughout the Town. The area along Park Road and Vanderbilt Road, south of Rosebank Park, has been cleared and additional debris and fallen logs will bemore
At their regular April meeting, the Town Board of Commissioners unanimously adopted revisions to the animal control ordinance. The full text of the ordinance can be found by clicking the link below. The ordinancemore
Beginning next week, the Town of Biltmore Forest will be undertaking a project to remove invasive plant material from town parks and properties. The bulk of this project will take place along Park and Vanderbilt Roadsmore


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Please join Representative Brian Turner for a Town Hall in Biltmore Forest. Share your thoughts and talk with...
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