Join Haw Creek and Get Involved!

Membership in the Association is available to residents, as well as property owners, in the Haw Creek community.

Memberships are payable in January although you can join at any time.
Only $12 per Household

The Association needs your participation to keep communications flowing. In an effort to make membership affordable for more community members, we keep the amount low. However, membership fees alone fall short of the money required to publish and mail newsletters, and maintain a website. If you are able to contribute beyond the membership amount, your tax-deductible donation will be greatly appreciated by the Haw Creek community.

You may pay by check or pay online through PayPal (no PayPal account necessary – credit cards accepted) by clicking on the “donate” button below.

If paying by check, make your check for $12 to HCCA and mail to:
P.O. Box 9193
Asheville, NC 28815

If not printed on your check, please write: member names, postal address, phone number, and e-mail address in the memo area.




August Newsletter

To see the current issue of the Haw Creek Community Association Newsletter click HERE.

You can go to our Community News page for back issues or sign up to receive our newsletter by email.

We are continuing to add past content so check back.

If you know someone that does not have email access and would like receive a mailed copy, please let us know.



City Comp Plan Meeting June 28

You’re Invited! City of Asheville Comprehensive Plan Presentation for Haw Creek on 6/28


The Haw Creek Community Association (HCCA) invites you to a meeting on Thursday, June 28 at 7:00 p.m. at St. John’s Episcopal Church Parrish Hall (290 Old Haw Creek Rd.) to learn what the city is thinking regarding development in neighborhoods.

Todd Okolichany, planning director for the City of Asheville, will be presenting information from the city’s new comprehensive plan,Living Asheville: A Comprehensive Plan for our Future. Based on goals set by the community, the plan addresses Asheville’s future by focusing on livable built environment, resilient economy, responsible regionalism, healthy community, interwoven equality, and harmony with natural environment. Following the presentation, you will have an opportunity to ask questions related to the plan and how it affects Haw Creek.

Many people in Haw Creek have divergent opinions as to what we want in our neighborhood. We are a large neighborhood with people who have lived here for a long time and others who have moved in more recently. It is diverse neighborhood with newer homes, older homes, and rental apartments. The needs of different people must be taken into consideration in deciding what we want for the future of our neighborhood. The HCCA is seeking input from those who live in this valley.

In consideration of this, the HCCA Board of Directors is moving forward to better understand what is important to residents. In addition to this meeting, we will be holding a follow-up meeting later this summer where there will be opportunities for everyone’s voice to be heard. We are also asking neighbors to fill out a brief online surveyon what is important to you and how you envision our neighborhood’s future.  This survey is available and accepting your input currently.

We urge you to take the time to participate in our conversation in person and online. If you have any questions, please contact us at