Latest News

6/26/20

The July 2020 edition of The Biltmore Forest Chronicle is now available. Click here for a PDF of this quarter's newsletter!

This edition of the Chronicle includes information on the Town's...Read more

6/26/20

Governor Roy Cooper issued Executive Order 147 earlier this week that extended Phase 2 protocols for all of North Carolina through July 17th at 5pm. This Executive Order also mandated wearing face coverings...Read more

6/12/20

The 2020 Census count is nearly halfway done! The decennial Census began in January with mailings asking all residents to enter their information online. This saves time, money, and helps ensure the accuracy of the data collection. 67.6 percent of Biltmore Forest residents have already completed...Read more

6/10/20

The Town of Biltmore Forest Board of Commissioners will reconvene today, June 10, 2020, at 4:30 p.m. to consider the FY20-21 budget. This is a continuation of the regular monthly Board meeting which was recessed yesterday, June 9, 2020. Information regarding this meeting, including agenda...Read more

6/8/20

The Board of Adjustment will hold their June 15, 2020 meeting at 4:00 p.m. virtually via the Zoom platform. Information regarding accessing the meeting and participation for applicants and parties with standing may be found below. The formal Board agenda packet for this meeting will be published...Read more

6/5/20

The Biltmore Forest Board of Commissioners will hold their regular, monthly meeting on Tuesday, June 9, 2020 at 4:30 p.m.

Due to social distancing restrictions related to indoor mass gatherings, the public is unable to attend in person. The Board welcomes public comment and citizens are...Read more

6/2/20

The Town of Biltmore Forest Board of Commissioners will hold their regular meeting, and public hearing for the FY21 annual budget, on June 9, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. Due to social distancing restrictions that remain in place under Phase 2 of Governor Cooper's state order, the meeting will be held...Read more

6/2/20

To ensure safety and health of citizens, the 4th of July festival for the Town of Biltmore Forest has been cancelled this year. We hope conditions allow us to gather together this fall. Stay safe everyone!Read more

5/22/20

On Wednesday, May 20, 2020, Governor Roy Cooper signed...Read more

5/22/20

The Town Hall and Public Works will be closed on Monday, May 25th in observance of Memorial Day. Trash and recycling pickup will be delayed by one day next week as a result. The Police Department will operate on their regular schedule.Read more

Pages