Active Mobility Commission


  • 6 p.m.
  • The 3rd Tuesday of each month
  • Town Hall
    160 Midland Avenue
    Black Mountain, NC 28711

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

To request copies of agendas or meeting materials and minutes please email Planning Director Jessica Trotman, or contact by phone at 828-419-9370.


  • Vacant
    Term Expires: July 2024
  • Lincoln Walters
    Term Expires: July 2023
  • Cindy Costen
    Term Expires: July 2023
  • Michelle Knight
    Term Expires: July 2025
  • Julie White
    Term Expires: July 2024
  • Julia Weatherford, Chair
    Term Expires: July 2024
  • Kyle Cole
    Term Expires: July 2025

The Active Mobility Commission consists of 7 members each serving a 3 year term. Members must be full-time residents of the Town of Black Mountain or the East Buncombe Fire District (recognizing that the Black Mountain Active Mobility Commission may choose to promote construction of a regional network that expands beyond the limits of the Town.) The Town Council appoint membership.


The Active Mobility Commission exists to advise the Town Council about greenways development and management, to work with staff to develop the greenways system, and to actively promote public education and awareness of the benefits of greenways.  

Geenways are corridors of protected open space managed for conservation, recreation and non-motorized transportation. Greenways often follow natural land or water features and provide links to many community features such as parks, schools, historic sites, and natural areas. Most greenways include trails, which may be either paved or soft-surfaced.

Purpose & Responsibilities

Greenways not only protect environmentally important lands and native plants and animals, they also link people with the natural world and outdoor recreational opportunities. Greenways provide what many citizens seek-close to home recreational areas, safe routes for non-motorized transportation, and areas of natural beauty.

Successful Chalk the Walk and Art Dedication Event!

The Black Mountain Greenways Commission held an art dedication for "An Exquisite Moment", an art piece by Julia Burr and Dana Gingras, on September 28, 2019, at Veteran's Park. The event also featured several pieces of temporary chalk art. The sculpture was provided by a grant through the Chaddick Foundation. Please click here to read more from the Black Mountain News.