During snow events, the Streets Department works hard to get city streets cleared as quickly and safely as possible. To see a real-time map of snow removal progress, click here.
Information about disposing of large or unusual items such as furniture, household hazardous waste, or appliances. As well as instructions for brush, leaves, or Christmas trees.
Information on what can be recycled, how to prepare items for collection, and composting.
Determine your trash and recycling collection schedules based on your address, view collection area maps, and print your schedule.
Join the Adopt-a-Street Program to help reduce litter in the City of Asheville.
View holiday collection schedules to see how holidays will impact your recycling, trash, or other collection services.
Useful tips for keeping bears out of your trash and co-existing with these curious creatures.
Our goal is to keep city streets free of excess debris and to prevent property damage resulting from rainwater runoff from the streets. We count on you to let us know when there is flooding, clogged or broken storm drains, or when you’re street needs to be swept . To report a broken or clogged [...]
Report issues with city upkeep such as missed trash or recycling pickups, potholes, sidewalk issues, street light outages, vandalized street signs, and more.
Storm drains are meant to carry rain water and nothing else. Instances of sediment and soil erosion or dumping materials into a storm drain are violations of the Unified Development Ordinance, Section 12-7-2(h) and section 12-7-2(k)1. To learn more about, or to report illicit discharge, click here.
How to report graffiti to get it removed.