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Seal of Town of Woodfin Nestled along the banks of the ancient French Broad River, Woodfin is a community that accomplishes the harmony of providing small town quality of life with big city amenities. Friendly people, good jobs, great restaurants, beautiful scenery all located five minutes from downtown Asheville and one of the safest cities in North Carolina …what more could you want? Safest City 2016

Woodfin Greenways

Greenways Project

The Town of Woodfin is undergoing efforts to develop recreational facilities along the French Broad River for the benefit of its citizens and the larger community.

Project Plans and Timeline HERE


If you’re interested in finding out more about locating your business or home in Woodfin please contact the Town Hall at 828 253-4887 or eMail info@woodfin-nc.gov.

We’d love to try and assist you in making our home town your home town as well.

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In the meantime, please take a look around the site and find out more about our community.

2018 Autumn Newsletter
WOODFIN JOURNAL
Autumn 2018

Meet the team


Jackie Pope Bryson

Town Commissioner
Jackie Pope Bryson

Ronnie Lunsford

Town Commissioner
Ronnie Lunsford

James Angel

Town Commissioner
James "Jim" Angel

Debbie Giezentanner
Vice Mayor
Debbie Giezentanner
Don Hensley

Town Commissioner
Donald "Don" Hensley

Donald Honeycutt

Town Commissioner
Donald "Don" Honeycutt

Meet the team



Debbie Giezentanner
Debbie Giezentanner
Vice Mayor
Jackie Pope Bryson
Jackie Pope Bryson
Town Commissioner
Ronnie Lunsford
Ronnie Lunsford
Town Commissioner
James Angel
James "Jim" Angel
Town Commissioner
Don Hensley
Donald "Don" Hensley
Town Commissioner
Donald Honeycutt
Donald "Don" Honeycutt
Town Commissioner

The Town of Woodfin is governed by a Mayor-Town Commission form of government. The citizens elect three Town Commissioners to staggered four year terms every two years and elect a Mayor every two years in non-partisan elections. Photographs of the various Mayors and Town Commissioners who have served the Town of Woodfin since its inception are displayed in the Board’s chambers at Town Hall.

The Town Commission meets monthly at 6:30 PM on the third Tuesday of every month and or by special call of the Mayor.

The Town of Woodfin is governed by a Mayor-Town Commission form of government. The citizens elect three Town Commissioners to staggered four year terms every two years and elect a Mayor every two years in non-partisan elections. Photographs of the various Mayors and Town Commissioners who have served the Town of Woodfin since its inception are displayed in the Board’s chambers at Town Hall.

The Town Commission meets monthly at 6:30 PM on the third Tuesday of every month and or by special call of the Mayor.


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Woodfin Greenways

The Board of Aldermen of the Town of Woodfin recently approved a general obligation bond for the construction of greenways, sidewalks and parks.
The Board has placed this matter before the citizens of Woodfin for their consideration.

  • The plan for the Greenway development can be viewed HERE or download a Power Point presentation HERE
  • A briefing on the impact of the proposed bond can be viewed HERE or download a PDF Brochure HERE