Whether you are a visitor, new to the neighborhood, or a longstanding resident, Montford is a great place to be. A portion of Montford is a National Register Historic District. Recent years in Montford have witnessed the renovation of many of the neighborhood’s residences by individual families and a myriad of industrious bed and breakfast owners who have helped to restore the district to its former splendor. The residents of Montford welcome you. It’s the people here, through all their efforts, that make this neighborhood a great place!
For more of the latest news about what’s going on in Montford, see the “News & Events” column to the right.
Building Organic Matter during Winter Months
As I write this, we are at the peak of fall foliage, and soon tree limbs will be bare. Most people probably won’t think about planting or gardening for another four [... click heading to read more]
The Montford Farmers Market always has something new and exciting to offer our community. Please stop by each Wednesday from 2:00-6:00 p.m. at 36 Montford Avenue right behind the Asheville Convention and Visitors Bureau.
The market is still adding [... click heading to read more]
A new massage therapy business is celebrating its grand opening in the month of November. Unity Healing Arts will be seeing clients for advanced therapeutic massage and bodywork sessions at 15 Zillicoa Street right off Montford Avenue.
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Melissa Long, Montford Resident, Owner, Wake
Autumn in Montford and the surrounding hills means plenty of opportunity for hiking and walking. With winter temperatures and dryer air just around the corner, it becomes even more important that you take [... click heading to read more]
Phyllis Stiles, Director, Bee City USA
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Bag Your Leaves for City Pickup, Follow Loose Brush Collection Rules
City of Asheville Sanitation Department
The shift to bagged leaf collection in lieu of vacuum trucks was made in an effort to increase frequency of leaf collection, improve [... click heading to read more]
Montford Park got a bit of a facelift in October, thanks to the financial support of the Montford Neighborhood Association and to neighbors donating time and materials. This is the kind of news we’re delighted to highlight [... click heading to read more]
Part Four of Rediscovering Montford’s Early History
Zoe Rhine, North Carolina Collection, Pack Memorial Library
Willis E. Collins House, 170 Cumberland Avenue. Collins purchased this property from the ALCI on September 21, 1891. Photo taken June 1893 before [... click heading to read more]
Kim Kennedy, Center Director
Annual Holiday Donations Drive
While finding those great after-Thanksgiving sales, please keep in mind there are a lot of families in Montford that struggle each year just to put food on the table. We will [... click heading to read more]
Pam Jo Brown, Secretary
The Montford Neighborhood Association held the regularly scheduled monthly meeting on Tuesday, October 15, 2013, at 7:00 p.m. at the Isaac Dickson Elementary School (William Randolph campus) on Montford Avenue. MNA Board members included David [... click heading to read more]