wavy lines


About Asheboro
City Government
departments
Recreation
Services A-Z
Forms & Documents
Staring a Business
Utility Billing
Visitor Information
City Calendar

Sunset Theatre

Request Retire Asheboro Relocation InfoRetire in NCLiving in Asheboro

 

 

Ordinances

Code of Ordinances
(leaving city web site)
Budget Ordinance
Zoning Ordinance
Subdivision Ordinance

City Council

Council Meeting
Schedule & Agenda Packets

Council Meeting Minutes

Mayor Smith
Mayor Pro Tem Baker
Councilmember Bell
Councilmember Burks
Councilmember Carter
Councilmember Hunter
Councilmember Moffitt
Councilmember Swiers

Boards & Commissions

Airport Authority
Community Appearance Commission
ABC Board
Planning Board/Board of Adjustment
Redevelopment Commission
Retiree Attraction Committee

Records Retention Information

Policy Summary
Retention Standards

David SmithDavid Smith
Mayor

1803 Coxemoor Street
Asheboro, NC 27205
City Hall: (336) 626-1201 ext. 213
Home: (336) 626-4302
Email: mayor@ci.asheboro.nc.us

As a life-long resident of Asheboro, David Smith wasn’t content to simply sit back and enjoy everything the town had to offer.  Instead, he decided to get involved and give back to the community.  He has been a Kiwanian for over three decades, serving as both past president and past Lt. Governor.  He has volunteered with Communities in Schools and has served on the Crimestoppers board.  His involvement in City government includes 12 years as a councilmember, including 4 as Mayor Pro Tem.  Smith was elected Mayor in 2009.

Smith says he enjoys serving on City Council because it gives him a chance to be involved in crafting a plan and developing a vision for the future of Asheboro, with the ultimate goal of making Asheboro the best place to live, work and play.  As Mayor, he hopes to complete the construction of Zoo City Park, increase employment opportunities by helping local businesses expand and recruiting new employers to the area, and enhance the quality of life for the community. 

“What I love most about Asheboro is the citizens’ generous spirit and love for the community,” said Smith. 

Mayor Smith lives in Asheboro with his wife Lorraine.