2022 Winter Newsletter

The latest Haw Creek Community Association newsletter¬†should arrive in your mailbox today! The newsletter summarizes the results of the 2021 Growth and Development Survey, and includes some great updates about Master’s Park and the Beverley Rd. pedestrian bridge.

Full survey results are available below. Results have been alphabetized / randomized to protect respondents’ identities.

Question 1 – Are Sidewalks a Priority for You?

Question 2 – Which Streets Should Have Sidewalks?

Question 3 – How else would you improve pedestrian safety in Haw Creek?

Question 4 – Do you support a Greenway for Haw Creek?

Question 5 – Where would you put a Greenway?

Question 6 – Would you support acquisition and preservation of land in Haw Creek?

Question 7 – Use of Preserved Land

Question 8 – Do you use Haw Creek Park?

Question 9 – Why do you use, or not use, Haw Creek Park?

Question 10 – What improvements would you make to Haw Creek Park?

Question 11 – What are the traffic hot spots for drivers and pedestrians?

Question 12 – How would you protect and preserve the natural beauty of Haw Creek?

Question 13 – What are the most pressing environmental issues facing our community?

Questions 14 & 15 – Community Association events and initiatives

Question 16 – What did we miss?



January 2022 Association Update

Happy New Year, HCCA members and neighbors! We hope you had a wonderful holiday season and a lovely start to 2022. A newsletter is forthcoming; but we wanted to give you a few quick updates in the meantime.

Haw Creek Pedestrian Bridge

We are thrilled to announce that the City of Asheville has awarded us $5000 towards the completion of a pedestrian bridge in “downtown” Haw Creek. The project is being spear-headed, and largely funded, by the owners of Creekside Taphouse, who want to ensure the safety of staff and guests.

Annual Meeting

The annual meeting of the community association is typically scheduled for the first Tuesday in March. At this meeting, among other items, we elect a board of directors and officers. With the pandemic not yet over, it is likely this public gathering will have to be postponed. When conditions allow, we will reschedule the annual meeting as soon as possible.

If you’re interested in becoming part of the Board, please get in touch!

Parking at Master’s Park

A great deal of progress is being made with regard to the parking area at Master’s Park. We’re waiting on final decisions of a few grant applications, and will update the community soon!