Town of Weaverville Web Site
Policy and Disclosure
The Town of Weaverville provides the information and services on
this Website 'without guarantee, warranty or representation of any
kind. While every effort is made to keep such information accurate and
up-to-date, document and related graphics published on this site
could include technical inaccuracies or typographic errors.
Use of and browsing in this Website are at the sole risk of the
user. In the case of any errors and discrepancies, including
deadline dates for the submission of any materials, the official
printed documents maintained at the Town Offices will take
Independent verification of all information on this Website is
strongly recommended. Under no circumstances will the Town of
Weaverville be liable for any incidental, indirect, special,
punitive, exemplary or consequential damages, arising out of the use
or inability to use this website, including without limitation, loss
of revenue or anticipated profits, loss of goodwill, loss of
business, loss of data, computer failure or malfunction, or any
Communications made through the electronic mail/and/or
messaging capabilities of this site shall in no way deemed to
constitute legal notice to the Town of Weaverville or any of its
agencies, officers, employees, agents or representatives with
respect to any application or existing or potential claim or cause
of action against the Town or any of its agencies, officers,
employees, agents, or representatives, where notice to the Town is
required by any Federal, state or local laws, rules, or regulations.
Altering Forms Warning:
Unauthorized attempts to upload information or change
information on this website including unauthorized alterations to
the wording of any online forms available on the site, are strictly
prohibited. Alteration of the wording of downloadable or online
forms renders the forms invalid. Unauthorized interference with the
operations and functions of this website, by electronic or other
means, is strictly prohibited. Any attempt to use any information,
feature, or other aspect of the site to engage in criminal conduct
will be vigorously prosecuted. Any unlawful actions may be subject
to criminal prosecution under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of
1986, and other criminal laws, and may also result in civil
Publicly Posted Policy on the Town of Weaverville Website:
The Town of Weaverville owns and operates this Website as an
enhancement to the governmental services that it provides and as an
information service to its residents and to the general public.
This Website is a supplement to the information and the services
available from the Town’s offices.
Furthermore, the Town of Weaverville through this Website seeks
to expand public involvement in Town matters and to raise public
awareness on matters critical to the smooth operation of government.
The Town of Weaverville reserves the right to determine what
information and services shall and shall not be placed on this
The Town strives to present current and accurate information on
this Website, but does not guarantee the accuracy or currency of
information posted here.
In the event of a significant difference between the
information on this Website and official information available at
the Town offices, the official information should prevail.
Email Comments on Public Hearings
Comments on public hearing items that are submitted by email
will NOT automatically become part of the official record of such
proceedings, unless required by law. Persons wishing to comment on
public hearing items should attend the public hearing and express
themselves in person at the hearing, or if the notice of a
particular hearing allows written comments, then comments may be
submitted in that manner. The Town will attempt to pass all email
correspondence to the intended recipients.
Notices of Public Hearings
When the Town places notices of items on this Website,
scheduled for upcoming public meeting or hearing, it does so only to
facilitate public access to such information, as a supplement to the
legally required methods of posting notices.
Email to Town Officials and Employees
Persons submitting email comments or questions to the Town of
Weaverville’s officials or employees should be aware that the Town
cannot guarantee, nor does it represent that such communications
will remain private or confidential. Similar to mailed or delivered
comments, comments received via email may become subject to public
disclosure under the North Carolina Public Records Act and/or part
of the discovery procedure in a civil lawsuit.
This Website links only to the Websites of other governmental
entities and organizations, organizations that have a relationship
with the Town such as county and state agencies.
The Town is not responsible for the content, views, opinions or
factual representations of any Webpages that are not contained on
the weavervillenc.org servers.