Our community needs to be part of the process.
We are a neighborhood comprised of mostly single family housing. According to the Shiloh 2025 Plan we see the following zoning details outlined:
The composition of Shiloh’s zoning districts is roughly comparable to its
distribution of land uses. Residential districts account for roughly 80% of
the neighborhood’s zoning with the very large majority (91%) being
dedicated to single-family zoning. The non-residential zoning districts are
found primarily along the periphery of the neighborhood along the major
We have seen the neighborhood grow and attract a diverse group of individuals and families.
Shiloh, like many urban neighborhoods throughout the country, has been
experiencing renewed interest from those not historically affiliated with the
community. Its proximity to employment centers, schools, mass transit,
goods and services continues to make Shiloh a convenient choice for mixed
income working families. This combined with moderate housing prices
makes Shiloh an ideal choice for those beginning their careers or looking
for long-term investments.
With an uptick in the interest of our neighborhood and a few conditional zoning requests submitted to the city that would effect our neighborhood, we invited an Asheville City Planner to our March Shiloh Community Association Meeting to provide us with a general overview of the process.
We have linked to two documents that can help with understanding how the process works.
You can also stay in the know about projects that are going on in our neighborhood by using the resources below. All provided through the City of Asheville website.
Note: We are not clear if this is the correct link. We are in contact with the city to confirm.
Also keep track of our events page which will post updates and information on City Council meetings that will cover issues in our neighborhood.