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On the sunnyside of Louisville, on the banks of the Ohio River, is a town that more than 23,000 people and 600 businesses call home. Located between Jeffersonville and New Albany, Clarksville is a blend of old historic sites and new shopping, business and residential areas.

 
Traffic Alert
TRAFFIC ALERT: Emery Crossing and Harrison Avenue Road Closure

From March 31st, 2017 to December 1, 2017 Emery Crossing from the old B&O Railroad South to Croghan Street (Harrison Avenue) to just south of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Boat Ramp will be closed to through traffic for the construction of the Lewis and Clark Trail. A copy of the road closure map is attached below. Please make arrangements to use alternative routes during this time period.

Road Closure Map
 
Town of Clarksville Agenda
Agenda for a Regular Meeting of the Town of Clarksville

Tuesday, March 21, 2017 - 7:00 PM
Clarksville Administration Building

Click here for meeting agenda.
 
Work Session
Work Session

Tuesday, March 21, 2017 - 7:30 PM
Clarksville Administration Building

1. Miscellaneous

 
Executive Session Notice
Executive Session Notice

Tuesday, March 21, 2017 - 7:45 PM
The Clarksville Town Council will hold an executive session on Tuesday March 21, 2017 at 7:45 PM in the Executive Conference Room of the Clarksville Municipal Center, 2000 Broadway, Clarksville, Indiana. The purpose of this meeting is pursuant to I.C. 5-14-1.5-6.1 (b) (2) (A) collection bargaining.

Paul Fetter
Council President

 
Clarksville Town Council & Redvelopment Commssion

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) FOR CLARK COUNTY BRIDGE NO. 160
(BROWN'S STATION WAY) DESIGN


Department Clarksville Redevelopment Commission
2000 Broadway Suite 208
Town of Clarksville, Indiana 47129

Project: Replacement of Clark County Bridge No. 160

The Town of Clarksville, Indiana will accept Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) for Professional Engineering Services related to the design, permitting, and preparation of construction documents, and assistance in bidding for the replacement of Clark County Bridge No. 160.

Please click here to read the entire Request for Qualifications document.



Addendum and Files:

Addendums - Clark County Bridge Design
Map - Clark County Bridge Design
Report - Clark County Bridge Design

 
Veterans Crossing
Development of Veterans Crossing
The Clarksville Redevelopment Commission selected Hogan Real Estate to purchase and develop Veterans Crossing. Hogan is being selected after a long and thorough review process involving staff and members of the Clarksville Redevelopment Commission and Clarksville Town Council. Negotiations to reach a development agreement and proceed with the sale of the two parcels will be completed as soon as possible.

To read more about the project, please click here.
 
RFP - South Clarksville Redevelopment Plan
South Clarksville Redevelopment Plan

Share your insights and ideas for the South Clarksville Redevelopment Area at the project's online community engagement site: Envision South Clarksville.

Join the discussion.
 
Crime Busters Tip Line
Crime Busters Tip Line

If you see any criminal activity in your area, please call the Crime Busters Tip Line: 812-284-4636
 
Town of Clarksville Government Center As of the census of 2010, our population is 21,724; housing units, 9,839; households, 9,409; population density, 2,178 per square mile. The population increase from the 2000 census was 1.5%.

Click here for Town of Clarksville's Services.
 
Lewis and Clark Statue Clarksville is the oldest American town in the old Northwest Territory, which included present-day Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin and part of Minnesota. Located on the Falls of the Ohio, the town was founded in 1783 by the legislature of colonial Virginia to recognize the Revolutionary War service of George Rogers Clark and the men of his small army. Clark conceived and commanded the campaign that secured the entire Territory for the new United States.

Visit www.clarksvillehistoricalsociety.org for more information.

 
Colgate Building Clarksville's Colgate Clock is the 4th largest clock face in the U.S. and the 10th largest clock face in the world! It measures over 40 feet in diameter and the hands on the clock are 16 and 20½ feet long. It's lit by red neon at night and can be seen over a mile away.
 
 

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