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The City of Asheville recently installed several curbside pickup area throughout downtown and also on Haywood Road in West Asheville. The zones will support businesses as many are now offering curbside pickup in response to COVID-19. Read more and...Read More
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Charlotte Street Computers has KN95 masks and no-touch thermometers for sale. Click here for more information. ...Read More
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Effective at 7 a.m. May 26, face coverings will be required for all individuals 12 years of age and older in all indoor public commercial facilities, including libraries and public transit. This follows a 4-3 vote along party lines by county commissioners May 21. The face covering provision does not apply in the following places or situations: While eating in any ...Read More
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Explore Asheville Convention & Visitors Bureau, along with many area partners, launched the Asheville Cares pledge for area businesses. The pledge offers businesses a method to communicate their compliance with public health recommendations through creative signage and messaging. ...Read More
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Through an initial contribution of $8,000 from the Asheville Downtown Association Foundation, including funding from an anonymous charitable foundation and the Brown Family Charitable Fund, plus additional support from Ingles Markets and Asheville Music Professionals, the program will provide 200 $50 Ingles gift cards to local music industry professionals. Asheville Music Professionals...Read More
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The Asheville Downtown Association (ADA) and Foundation (ADAF) today announced that they’re taking Downtown After 5 virtual. Important note: The Asheville Downtown Association and its partners will follow all requirements from state and local officials in terms of gathering size, sanitization practices and physical distancing. If these guidelines or restrictions change, the live str...Read More
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The Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting industry-specific town halls Monday and Tuesday to share ideas or strategies that could benefit your industry in the next phases of reopening and recovery. This is an opportunity to discuss new standards of doing business and to share your thoughts with County officials on operational changes, challenges and needed resources for employee...Read More
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The Asheville Downtown Association is working hard to keep up with the constantly changing information and resources surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. Please be sure to get your information from reputable sources. • Local information regarding the pandemic from Buncombe County ...Read More
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From Buncombe County Health and Human Services: While there currently are no cases of coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) in Buncombe County, N.C. at this time, it is time for ...Read More

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