Town of Clarksville
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On the sunnyside of Louisville, on the banks of the Ohio River, is a town that more than 22,000 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.

Town of Clarksville Agenda
Agenda for the regular meeting of the Town of Clarksville

Monday, August 3, 2015 - 7:00 PM
Clarksville Administration Building

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Work Session
Work Session

Monday, August 3, 2015 - 7:30 PM
Clarksville Administration Building

1. Barbara Galleagos - Neace Lukens - Sister Cities Insurance
2. Sister Cities Students - Presentation of letters - J Gilkey and Trish Fraser
3. 2015 Comprehensive Plan Subcommittee Members - Dylan Fisher and Sharon Wilson
4. Paving of Ditch behind Providence - Tom Clevidence
5. 2015 Pavement Bids - Brad Cummings
6. Inventory Disposal - Brad Cummings
7. 2015 Sidewalk Quotes - Brad Cummings
8. WWTP contract with Infinite - Brittany
9. Disposal of Dirt WWTP - Brittany
10. Misc.


2015 Clarksville New Comprehensive Plan in Development

Clarksville Comprehensive Plan Monday, July 6, 2015
The Planning and Zoning Department received a unanimous approval from the Clarksville Town Council to create a new comprehensive plan on July 6, 2015.

Monday, July 20, 2015
The Planning and Zoning Department received a unanimous approval from the Clarksville Town Council to establish an online public participation and engagement tool on July 20, 2015. The tool online tool will provide residents with an additional method to give input opportunities and assist in the plan's development. The Planning and Zoning staff are working to launch the online engagement tool, a link to the project's webpage will be provided here when they are complete.

Click here to read more about the Plan and the Public Participation Focus Areas.


South Clarksville Redevelopment Plan

RFP - 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.

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Work Session Notice
Change of Meeting Location Notice

Remaining 2015 Sessions moved from Executive Conference Room to Council Chamber

The Clarksville Town Council work sessions which are scheduled for the remaining dates in 2015, location has been moved from the Executive Conference room to the Council Chamber of the Town Hall, 2000 Broadway, Clarksville, Indiana 47129.

Bob Polston, Council President

Click here to see work session schedule.

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%.

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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.

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Colgate Building Clarksville has the second largest timepiece in the world, bigger than Big Ben. 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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Experience the charm and uniqueness that Clarksville has to offer! With a wide variety of dining, hotels, and attractions, Clarksville is the perfect spot for business, meetings, and leisure! Classic historic attractions are plentiful in Clarksville, take time to visit!

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    Italian, Mexican, Steakhouse, Pizza, you name it! Clarksville has a wide variety of dine in & carry out restaurants throughout the town.

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    So much to do in Clarksville! Many popular attractions include Movie Theatres, Outdoor Entertainment, Golf, Fishing, Aquatic Centers, Parks, Dining & More!

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