Posts From March, 2019

Boxwood Blight Information 

The Town hosted Dr. Sara Villani from NC State's Cooperative Extension Service on Monday, March 11th for a presentation on boxwood blight. Dr. Villani spoke at length about the boxwood blight issue and provided information for the public on identification, treatment, and how to prevent the spread of boxwood blight.

A copy of Dr. Villani's presentation can be found below in PDF format. 

 Boxwood Blight Presentation

Posted by Jonathan Kanipe Friday, March 29, 2019 3:57:00 PM

Planning Commission Meeting 

Held Monday, April 1st at 4pm

The Biltmore Forest Planning Commission will hold a meeting on Monday, April 1, 2019 at 4pm. The purpose of this meeting is to review potential ordinance changes related to the Town's accessory structure ordinance, specifically, fences, walls, and gates.

A copy of the agenda packet and materials can be found by following this link.

Posted by Jonathan Kanipe Thursday, March 28, 2019 4:59:00 PM

Greenwood Park Drop-In Public Meeting 

Tuesday, March 12th - 6-8pm

The Town is hosting a drop-in public meeting for proposed improvements to Greenwood Park on Tuesday, March 12. The drop-in meeting will begin at 6pm and conclude at 8pm. The Town is making an application to the North Carolina Parks and Recreation Trust Fund (NC PARTF) for improvements focused on accessibility, modernization of the playground equipment, and improving the environmental quality of the park.

Town of Biltmore Forest Parks Survey

To ensure that the Town is adequately planning for future parks and recreation opportunities, we are seeking input from residents about our current parks and what future investments they would like to see.  Please use the survey link above to help guide the Town of Biltmore Forest in making improvements to our existing parks and in setting priorities for future improvements, and will work in conjunction with the public meeting.  The survey is anonymous and should only take a few minutes to complete.

Please join us at the meeting or via the survey to express your thoughts and opinions on the future of Greenwood Park. Thank you!

Posted by Jonathan Kanipe Tuesday, March 12, 2019 9:57:00 AM