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DEPARTMENT - Redevelopment

South Clarksville Redevelopment Plan
South Clarksville Redevelopment Plan
The Town of Clarksville's Redevelopment Department is responsible for implementing projects and programs to encourage economic development within the town. The primary goals of the redevelopment department is to help support the local community by: planning and funding infastructure improvements, encouraging redevelopment through private and public partnerships, utilizing planning tools and financial strategies to implement project and program opportunities.


 

Redevelopment Development Staff

Dylan Fisher
Director
2000 Broadway
Clarksville, IN 47129
P: (812) 283-1407
dfisher@townofclarksville.com


Redevelopment Commission

The Redevelopment Commission is set up to improve blighted areas within the town. This is done by investigating the causes of blighted areas and combating these causes through promoting the use of land in a manner that serves the interests of the town and its residents. Clarksville has set up a tax increment financing (TIF) district in one of the areas this commission oversees.

The funds from the TIF district provide a resource for improvements in the area that would not be possible but for the infrastructure projects being completed. Five voting members serve on this commission, three selected by the council and three appointed by the council president. A non-voting school board member is also appointed by the council president.

Redevelopment Commission Members

Mr. Aaron (A.D.) Stonecipher
President

Ms. Jennifer Voignier
Vice-President

Mr. Paul Fetter
Secretary

 

Mr. David Fisher
Member

Mr. Don Sloan
Member

Mr. Bill Wilson
Non-Voting School Board Member

Economic Development Commission

The three members of the Economic Development Commission work closely with the Redevelopment Commission for the improvement of Clarksville. This commission is charged with creating or retaining business opportunities in the town. Many of these businesses have located in areas identified by the Redevelopment Commission as needing improvement.

Mr. Thomas Sellmer
2014 thru 2017

Mr. Doug Fisher
2015 thru 2018

Mr. Brandon Schiller
Secretary

 
South Clarksville Redevelopment Plan

South Clarksville Redevelopment Plan

The South Clarksville Redevelopment Plan establishes a shared community vision for new development and revitalization in a broadly-defined area extending from the Ohio River to Stansifer Avenue. The Plan identifies a need for community improvements and revitalization in all portions of the 320-acre area. The market analysis conducted for this plan has demonstrated that opportunities for significant private investment and redevelopment should be focused on the riverfront, and on lands in close proximity to the riverfront.

This plan was adopted into the Town of Clarksville's Comprehensive Plan on March 7, 2016 by the Town Council.

Find a summary of the Plan's contents and download the full document by visiting the South Clarksville Redevelopment Plan page.

 
Implementing South Clarksville

Implementing South Clarksville

Town officials, commissions, and staff are working diligently with outside consultants to bring to fruition the public vision, goals, and objectives established in Section 1 - Introduction - of the South Clarksville Redevelopment Plan. These individuals are using the adopted plan, stakeholder input, and additional analysis to plan, design, and construct the public infrasturue projects and community spaces that are identified as key steps to improving South Clarksville's existing assets and creating growth opportunities.

Vision Statement & Goals
- South Clarksville Vision Statement
- South Clarksville Goals

Infrastructure Projects
- South Clarksville Infrastructure Projects

Stay up to date on the South Clarksville Redevelopment Plan is progressing by visiting the South Clarksville Redevelopment Plan page.


 

West Riverfront Master Plan

Click here to download the West Riverfront Master Plan.
 

Redevelopment Claims

Available in PDF format: (download Adobe PDF reader)

 

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Clarksville Redevelopment Departmenet
2000 Broadway, Suite 208
Clarksville, IN 47129
(812) 288-7155
redevelopment@townofclarksville.com

IN THENEWS


South Clarksville Redevelopment Plan

1-09-2018 - Plans for Clarksville S Woerner Avenue nearing completion
11-28-2017 - Clarksville reaches agreement on south end flooding fix
9-27-2017 - $3 million Clarksville fire station to lower exposure to carcinogens
8-24-2017 - Clarksville to offer k discount liquor licenses to attract riverfront
8-4-2017 - Palmyra resident with spinal cord injury regains independence with habitat
6-2-2017 - Clarksville family fun center opens
5-26-2017 - A SLICE OF ISLAND LIFE: Clarksville Cove opens Saturday after upgrades
4-20-2017 - FROM CONCEPT TO REALITY: Plans for major south Clarksville projects move forward
4-11-2017 - New South Clarksville renderings to be unveiled next week

2-07-2017 - Clarksville to get road funding for two projects - Blackiston Mill Road, Riverside Drive to be improved

Other Redevelopment Projects

12-12-2017 - Xtremenasium ninja challenge park pushes back opening
12-7-2017 - Clarksville government tussles over plan to turn motel into apartments
10-16-2017 - Work continues on Veterans Parkway
8-23-2017 - Eight tenants, including Blaze Pizza and Chillburger, confirmed for Veterans Crossing development
8-21-2017 - Clarksville produce supplier anything but traditional
7-21-2017 - Trampoline and 'ninja challenge' park coming to Clarksville
7-17-2017 - Clarksville street, Owens Way, named after local sisters who died in a car crash
7-12-2017 - Evansville investor buys Manitowoc building for $4.8 million
7-12-2017 - $1.2 Million in Tourism Awards to Fund New Albany Riverfront Revitalization
5-3-2017 - Clarksville Sears Auto Center to close Location one of 50

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