The Town of Waynesville always needs volunteers to serve on its various boards and commissions, including the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, Board of Adjustment, Firemen's Relief Fund Board, Historic Preservation Commission, Planning Board, Public Art Commission, Recreation and Parks Advisory Commission and the Waynesville Housing Authority. When vacancies occur, applications are reviewed and those applicants are considered for appointment.
Anyone interested in serving must fill out an application for consideration by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen. Applications are available here. Information regarding the various boards and commissions is also available under the "Boards and Commissions" tab under the Main Menu or by calling the Administrative Offices at 452-2491.
Upcoming Public Hearings
Public hearings will be held by the Town of Waynesville Board of Aldermen on Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matters can be heard, at the Town Hall Board Room, located at 9 South Main Street, Waynesville, NC to consider the following:
Amendment to the Town of Waynesville Land Development (Zoning) Map:New zoning for a 7.2 acre property located at 2180 Dellwood Road, a portion of Haywood County Parcel Identification Number 8607-82-2478 to Dellwood Residential Medium Density District (D-RM).The property is a recent annexation area to the corporate limits of the Town of Waynesville and is currently unzoned. A map of the area being considered is available here.
Amendments to Section 6.4.3 of the Land Development Standards requiring development of public transit shelters with commercial development.
For more information please contact Paul Benson, phone: (828) 456-2004 or email:
Lyme Disease Awareness Month Proclamation
The month of May is "Lyme Disease Awareness Month". The Town of Waynesville reminds its citizens of the vital importance of checking for ticks during the summer months. Read the proclamation here.
January 2013 Newsletter
What's happening in Waynesville? Read the latest news, learn how Waynesville responds during snow storms, find out the next planned project for the Public Art Commission, improvements in Frog Level and much more. The January 2013 Newsletter is available here.
2013 Yard Waste and Bulky Items Collection Schedule
Did you know that the Town collects Yard Waste the first and third weeks of each month?