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The City of Asheville has released additional information regarding the water distribution issues in the southern Asheville district. This area includes Biltmore Forest. The most recent update states that there is no estimated time for service restoration.

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The boil water advisory (BWA) issued by the City of Asheville on 12/26 remains in effect. For specific information related to this BWA, please review the information below and follow the link to Asheville’s website regarding questions about boiled water advisories.

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Late yesterday, residents in the Town of Biltmore Forest began experiencing decreases in water pressure or complete loss of water pressure. This is due to significant water distribution problems within the City of Asheville water system resulting from the record low temperatures over the weekend...Read more


Congratulations to Sergeant Matthew Kelly who received "Officer of the Year" for 2022. Sergeant Kelly has been employed with the Town for thirteen years. We are grateful to have him as such a hard working and dedicated employee!Read more


The Town's annual Christmas tree lighting will occur on Friday, December 2nd at 5:30 pm. Come enjoy the sights and sounds of the season and mingle with your friends and neighbors at the Town Hall. Santa Claus will make make an appearance and light refreshments will be served for all to enjoy.Read more


The Town Hall office will be closed on Thursday, December 1st from 11:30am-1:30pm.Read more


Halloween is Monday, October 31st. White Oak Road and Buena Vista Road will be closed starting at 5:30 pm for trick-or-treating. PLEASE use caution traveling in or around this area as it will be dark and many children will be out during this time. Some Halloween safety tips include: wear...Read more


Effective Wednesday, October 19, 2022

On Wednesday, October 19 th , the Town will begin implementing a new all-way stop traffic pattern at the intersection of Vanderbilt Road and Busbee Road. Drivers will see temporary caution signage alerting you to this changed traffic pattern (please...Read more


The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is working with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to help prevent the spread of rabies. Oral rabies vaccine will be distributed by helicopter throughout Western North Carolina for wild raccoons. Please click...Read more


We are happy to introduce our new Biltmore Forest Police Department App. The app can be downloaded in the Apple App Store or Google Play store and is free to all subscribers. It will feature things like the latest town and department news and events, lost/found pet information,...Read more