From time to time, the Town of Biltmore Forest conducts surveys of its residents. These surveys provide valuable information and data that help guide decision making within the Town. The information below provides links to any active surveys, supplementary information, and a description of the survey. If you have questions regarding any active survey, feel free to contact the Town Hall at (828) 274-0824. 

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Active Surveys as of November 12, 2021

Biltmore Forest Comprehensive Plan Survey

This survey is being conducted by the Planning Commission of the Town of Biltmore Forest as part of the development of a new Comprehensive Land Use Plan. Recent changes in North Carolina state law require the Town to develop a new Comprehensive Land Use Plan in order to continue enforcing the Town's existing zoning regulations. These survey responses will be utilized by the Planning Commission to provide recommendations to the Board of Commissioners for a new Comprehensive Land Use Plan. ALL RESPONSES ARE STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL and there is NO WAY we can track which responses came from which computer.
Please note: At the conclusion of the Comprehensive Plan survey, you will be invited to submit two photos that reflect specific feelings about land use within the Town. The anonymous link to submit those photos is as follows: Please do not submit photos without finishing and submitting the survey.
We want to know your thoughts about transportation in Biltmore Forest. How do you currently use the streets? What are your concerns about safety? What should be the Town’s priorities for infrastructure investments? Help us identify issues and ideas to promote safe, efficient transportation for all roadway users. 
The Transportation survey also includes specific mapping opportunities that allow residents to pinpoint areas of transportation strengths or weaknesses within the Town. You can even show us the route you use to walk your dog, ride your bike, or simply take a morning walk. This information, along with the survey itself, will be utilized to guide decisions related to transportation and traffic within the Town.