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How to contact your elected officials

Who represents you? How can you contact your elected officials? Now you can find all of your elected officials' names and contact information in one convenient place!

Your Elected Officials

This link gives you information for all elected officials in Buncombe County, including all townships, county commission, state and federal legislators. Buncombe County Elected Officials (updated March 2015)

Not sure if you're registered in Buncombe County? Not sure who represents you? Look it up here.

Buncombe County Commission

Watch Board Meetings Live at 4:30pm on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month.

Live video is available only at the time of the meeting. You can view archived meetings on this video page.

There are 100 counties in North Carolina and each one has a Board of Commissioners. The Board oversees all the departments in the County through a County Manager form of government. The Board sets policy that is carried out by the County Manager.

The Commissioners enact policies such as establishment of the property tax rate, regulation of erosion control, noise and subdivisions outside municipal jurisdiction, and adoption of the annual budget.

Commissioners meet at 4:30 p.m. on the first and third Tuesday of each month at in the new Commissioners' Chambers in downtown Asheville.

Upcoming meeting Agenda is available online. You can also click here to find contact information for each of the Commissioners.

Asheville City Council

Meetings of Asheville City Council are televised live on the Asheville Channel (Charter Cable Channel 11) at the time of the meeting, typically the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 5 p.m.

Click here to watch Asheville City Council meetings live or on demand.

City Council's current meeting agenda may be viewed here.

Click here to find more information on your Asheville City Council, including their contact information.