The City of Asheville Parking Services, diligently works toward continuous improvements with integrity, diversity, and innovation, to provide convenient, safe, clean, and accessible public parking for the Downtown and other selected area. Parking Services strives for fiscal accountability, transparency, and credibility and shall continually strive to maintain, improve, and increase parking opportunities to meet the unique challenges that are present as the results of growth and continued development in the City of Asheville.
Learn how to temporarily close a metered parking space for non-routine business such as construction, moving, or cleaning.
Learn how to easily pay a citation, and details on how to appeal a citation.
Bike lockers provide security for your bike while you shop, work, or sleep
Information about metered on-street parking and loading zones.
Garages are great for longer daily duration parking, as well as for monthly parking.
Obtain a permit to park downtown, in a residential area or in spaces reserved for people with disabilities.
With 2018 nearly in the books, it’s time to take stock of City of Asheville projects and developments from the past year. Here are 10 topics that your City government advanced in 2018. We’ll have 2019 initiatives to look for in another roundup Jan. 1. Debra Campbell becomes Asheville City Manager The search for […]
How much snow did we get? 2:20 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 9 Here are unofficial snowfall totals released by the National Weather Service: Asheville, 5 ½” Arden, 10” Biltmore Forest, 6 ½” Leicester, 8” Skyland, 9” More locations are listed at this link. Snow removal crews making progress, people still urged to refrain from […]
Better watch that parking meter. And whatever you do, don’t park in a loading zone. Infractions will hit you a bit harder in the pocketbook. The new fine schedule will go into effect Feb. 1, 2019. The parking fine increases include the following: Overtime parking at metered or non-metered spaces will go from $10 […]