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Congratulations to Brevard College graduates, Officer Michael Anton(B.A. in Criminal Justice), Officer Olivia Presley(B.A. in Criminal Justice). Sgt. Kenny Merritt also completed and graduated from A.B. Tech Community College with an A.A.S. in Criminal Justice. Visit...Read more

On Tuesday, Governor Roy Cooper issued Executive Order 138 that directed the State to begin Phase 1 re-opening today, May 8, 2020, at 5pm. Phase 1 re-opening lifts the distinction between essential and non-essential businesses. Buncombe County has also amended the local declaration to more...Read more


The Biltmore Forest Board of Commissioners will hold their regular May meeting next Tuesday, May 12th, beginning at 4:30 p.m. Due to state requirements regarding mass gatherings, the public is unable to attend this meeting in person. The Board will receive public comments during the meeting, and...Read more


The Biltmore Forest Board of Commissioners will hold their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, May 12, 2020 at 4:30 p.m.

Consistent with Governor Cooper's Executive Order 121 , only 10 people are...Read more


Connect to Testing, Contribute to Data Collection

Help do your part to slow the spread of COVID-19 with Buncombe County’s new COVID-19 Self-Checker . This automated system provides two...Read more


While the Town's offices have been closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic, staff have maintained regular office hours and been available via telephone and email. The Town's Public Works Department and Town Hall will be closed and staff will be away tomorrow, April 10th, for the Good...Read more

Next Regular Meeting Scheduled for Tuesday, May 12

In an effort to ensure safety and health for its citizens and staff, the Town Board of Commissioners have cancelled their regular meeting for the month of April. The meeting was previously scheduled for Tuesday, April 14.

The Board made...Read more


The police department has initiated a resident reassurance program. The program is geared toward seniors and people with disabilities that live alone or just want some added security knowing someone is checking on them everyday. After enrollment, a representative from the police department will...Read more


Buncombe County has issued a "Stay Home - Stay Safe" supplemental declaration that goes into effect Thursday, March 26, 2020 at 8pm. The declaration (linked here ) directs all Buncombe...Read more


In an effort to provide continuous information, while also still distributing regular news and alerts, the Town has created a specific website for all information related to COVID-19. Staff will update this page regularly, but it should be noted that the primary source of information for ANYONE...Read more