Town Kiosk

HHI is tasked with the Renovation of the Kiosk For Visitors and Residents to Keep Up With What is Happening in the Community

Historic Hayesville has a downtown, on the square information kiosk that needs help! The kiosk is located at the corner of Herbert Street and Sanderson Street outside Town Hall. Items that are displayed include the downtown map, Small Town Main Street information, brochures and flyers for local events. It is a wonderful resource and provides news of happenings, tourism and community information for visitors and year-round residents. It is regularly updated.

Leaning KioskRotting Posts


The photographs show the kiosk is leaning badly and it does sway in the wind. The wooden posts are rotting and need to be replaced. The shingles need attention also.

Historic Hayesville Inc has undertaken the task of renovating this useful community asset with plans to replace the wooden posts with metal posts reducing future maintenance needs. Other possible improvements are still in the design stage.



Great news. This project is complete and a new Information Kiosk is now available downtown.  Thanks to Blacksmith Joe Miller of Brasstown, the kiosk is grounded in concrete and has a metal frame. Joe also included some interesting metal art under the eave. It will last for many years and is another testament to Joe's skill.