Town of Fletcher, North Carolina

FAQ

Where Are You located?

Town Hall is located at 300 Old Cane Creek Road just off of East Fanning Bridge Road behind the Fletcher Fire Department.

What Is Your Mailing Address?

Fletcher Town Hall
300 Old Cane Creek Road
Fletcher, NC 28732

Do You Have A Street Map of Fletcher?

Yes, maps of Fletcher are available at Town Hall.

How Late Are You Open?

Town Hall Office Hours are Monday – Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Where Is The Police Department?

The Police Department is located at 300 Old Cane Creek Road in the lower level of Town Hall.

What Are Your Email Addresses?

Town Hall  info@fletchernc.org
Police Department  d.terry@fletchernc.org
Public Works  d.pressley@fletchernc.org
Parks & Recreation  g.walker@fletchernc.org

 

How Can I Get In Touch With The Water Company?

Call City of Hendersonville Water Department –  828-697-3052

Where Is The Closest Landfill?

Henderson County Transfer Station
191 Transfer Station Drive
Hendersonville, NC 28791
828-697-4505

What Should I Do With Lawn and Garden Clippings?

We suggest you start a compost pile or take it to the landfill yourself.  Lawn and garden clippings are not considered household waste but can be taken to the Henderson County Transfer Station.

Why Do I Pay Fletcher Taxes If I Pay County Taxes?

Fletcher is a municipality that provides additional services to Fletcher residents.  Anyone living within the Town Limits currently pays property taxes of   $0.28 per $100 of the appraised value. They also pay taxes to Henderson County at a rate of $0.431 per $100 of the appraised value.

What Do I Get For My $0.28?

Police and Fire protection, garbage pickup, brush pick-up, seasonal leaf collection, street maintenance, recycling, street lighting, use of Town parks and a reduced rate on recreational activities.

Is Fletcher Fire and Rescue A Town Department?

Fletcher Fire and Rescue is an independent organization supported by a percentage of Town and County taxes.

Why Do You Not Pick Up Commercial Brush Cuts?

Brush pickup is a service the Town provides for its residents. Anyone hired to cut brush is responsible for hauling it away.  That is not a Town responsibility.

Why Do You Remove Snow on My Neighbors Street and Not on Mine?

The Town’s Public Works Department removes snow on Town streets only.  Town streets are maintained by our Public Works Department. Your street, even though it is in the Town limits,  may be a DOT (Department of Transportation) street or a private street.

Featured News

Approved Budget FY 24/25

Posted on 06/13/2024

The Town of Fletcher approved the FY 24/25 budget on Monday, June 10, see details below. Budget Ordinance FY 24-25 FY 24/25 Budget Message FY 24/25 Proposed Revenue FY 24/25 Proposed Expenditures…

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Watch Meetings

Posted on 05/01/2024

Did you know that the Town is now streaming our Town Council meetings on our own YouTube Channel?  You have the option to stream the meeting live or watch it later since…

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