Clarksville Redevelopment

Clarksville Redevelopment The Official Page for the Redevelopment Commission and Redevelopment Department for the Civil Town of Clarksville, Indiana. The Redevelopment Commission (RDC) meets on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 7pm, everyone is encouraged to attend.

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The Redevelopment Commission for the Town of Clarksville is seeking proposals from qualified developers to build a R-1 (...
04/01/2021
Public Notices, Bids & RFPs – Town of Clarksville

The Redevelopment Commission for the Town of Clarksville is seeking proposals from qualified developers to build a R-1 (single family) or R-2 (duplex) zoned development on 5 lots in Beechwood Manor currently owned by the Redevelopment Commission. Interested parties can find the RFP here: https://www.townofclarksville.com/bids-rfps/

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Attention All Clarksville, Indiana Business Owners: You still have time to register your business with the Town of Clark...
12/08/2020
Clarksville Business Registry

Attention All Clarksville, Indiana Business Owners: You still have time to register your business with the Town of Clarksville for free and avoid paying any fees. You have until Dec. 31 to register.

Town Council Member Mike Mustain (also a local
Clarksville business owner) encourages you to apply: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-BBB8vuZ0Ns&feature=youtu.be

Click here for instructions to register your business (takes 10 minutes):https://www.townofclarksville.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Steps-to-Register-a-Business-on-SmartGov.pdf

Registration helps Clarksville know what products, services and businesses are available in Clarksville to better attract complementary businesses to our are...

Applications are now open for local Clarksville businesses seeking assistance due to COVID-19. If you own a business wit...
09/01/2020
Small Business Assistance Grants – Town of Clarksville

Applications are now open for local Clarksville businesses seeking assistance due to COVID-19. If you own a business within Clarksville municipal limits, have 100 or fewer employees, and your business has been negatively impacted by COVID-19 then you are encouraged to apply for up to $10,000 in grant funding. These are not loans, these are grants from the State of Indiana's Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) to help small businesses. Repeat: these are not loans, there are no interest payments and reporting requirements are minimal. These are designed to help small businesses through these tough times. Visit the Town's website for more information. Apply today!
https://www.townofclarksville.com/project/small-business-assistance-grants/

Small Business Assistance Grants The Town of Clarksville invested $250,000 in local Clarksville businesses through an Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funded by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). This program helped...

08/18/2020
New HAWK Crosswalk in Clarksville

To everyone who walks, bikes, and motors - check out Discovery Trail's new HAWK pedestrian crossing on Eastern Boulevard:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XM8bsxE_i4U

Big thanks to the Clarksville Parks Department for putting together this informative video!

Clarksville's new Discovery Trail will be opening soon, and that means a new HAWK Crosswalk and stoplight on Eastern Boulevard. The trail opens to the public...

Clarksville Redevelopment would like to invite you to an Online Project Update for the 3C Master Plan on 8/13/2020 from ...
08/04/2020

Clarksville Redevelopment would like to invite you to an Online Project Update for the 3C Master Plan on 8/13/2020 from 6:30 to 8 pm. TO REGISTER PLEASE CLICK HERE:https://www.townofclarksville.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/half-page-flyer_public-open-house_website_08.13.2020-1.pdf

We want to hear from you! We are developing the #3Cmasterplan that reimagines #CentralClarksville – make sure to take th...
06/19/2020

We want to hear from you! We are developing the #3Cmasterplan that reimagines #CentralClarksville – make sure to take the survey that is available through the month of June. More at: www.3cMasterPlan.com

We want to hear from you! We are developing the #3Cmasterplan that reimagines #CentralClarksville – make sure to take the survey that is available through the month of June. More at: www.3cMasterPlan.com

What if… everyone in #CentralClarksville could move safely around our neighborhoods through enhanced sidewalks, bike pat...
06/17/2020

What if… everyone in #CentralClarksville could move safely around our neighborhoods through enhanced sidewalks, bike paths, and trails? Check out www.3cMasterPlan.com for more info. #3Cmasterplan #ClarksvilleIN

What if… everyone in #CentralClarksville could move safely around our neighborhoods through enhanced sidewalks, bike paths, and trails? Check out www.3cMasterPlan.com for more info. #3Cmasterplan #ClarksvilleIN

It's a great time to be in Clarksville, check out this new mixed-use development coming to our riverfront!
06/17/2020
Mixed-Use Project Underway in Clarksville

It's a great time to be in Clarksville, check out this new mixed-use development coming to our riverfront!

A new mixed-use construction project is underway in Clarksville. Indianapolis-based Elevate Office Suites says the new Bolt + Tie luxury apartments and mixed-use commercial space will be southern Indi

Tomorrow is the last day for businesses to apply for Round 1 of our small-business assistance grants. We will seek and h...
06/16/2020
Small Business Assistance Grants – Town of Clarksville

Tomorrow is the last day for businesses to apply for Round 1 of our small-business assistance grants. We will seek and hopefully be awarded another round of funding through OCRA, businesses are still eligible to apply but funding for Round 2 has not yet been acquired. https://www.townofclarksville.com/project/small-business-assistance-grants/

Small Business Assistance Grants The Town of Clarksville will invest up to $250,000 through an Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funded by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). This program will support qualifying local...

What if… #CentralClarksville offered a variety of parks to recreate and relax? Learn more and provide your thoughts at: ...
06/15/2020

What if… #CentralClarksville offered a variety of parks to recreate and relax? Learn more and provide your thoughts at: www.3cMasterPlan.com

What if… #CentralClarksville offered a variety of parks to recreate and relax? Learn more and provide your thoughts at: www.3cMasterPlan.com

Have you seen the #3Cmasterplan virtual open house and taken the survey? It is the place to share your opinion and avail...
06/11/2020

Have you seen the #3Cmasterplan virtual open house and taken the survey? It is the place to share your opinion and available throughout the month of June! Learn more about how #CentralClarksville can enhance our quality of life and better meet the needs of the entire community, at www.3cMasterPlan.com

Have you seen the #3Cmasterplan virtual open house and taken the survey? It is the place to share your opinion and available throughout the month of June! Learn more about how #CentralClarksville can enhance our quality of life and better meet the needs of the entire community, at www.3cMasterPlan.com

What if… #CentralClarksville had a variety of housing types for all residents? Check out the #3Cmasterplan online worksh...
06/09/2020

What if… #CentralClarksville had a variety of housing types for all residents? Check out the #3Cmasterplan online workshop and learn more about how we are forming a new vision for the area: www.3cMasterPlan.com

What if… #CentralClarksville had a variety of housing types for all residents? Check out the #3Cmasterplan online workshop and learn more about how we are forming a new vision for the area: www.3cMasterPlan.com

Coming soon: best views of the Louisville skyline
06/09/2020

Coming soon: best views of the Louisville skyline

What space is most appealing to you? Take the survey and let us know!
06/04/2020

What space is most appealing to you? Take the survey and let us know!

What if...we built the heart of our community around public spaces? Take the survey and learn more about how we are developing a future vision for #CentralClarksvillethrough the online #3Cmasterplanworkshop: www.3cMasterPlan.com

All plans need input - take the survey!
06/04/2020

All plans need input - take the survey!

The 3C Public Workshop is now live! http://3cmasterplan.com/virtual-open-house Learn more about how we are developing a plan for Central #ClarksvilleIN that meets the needs of our entire community. Make sure to visit the #3Cmasterplan online workshop, take the survey, and share with a friend. The website is the place to share your thoughts! http://3cmasterplan.com/virtual-open-house

Check out our plans for Riverside Drive in South Clarksville:https://www.townofclarksville.com/project/indot-project-riv...
05/22/2020
INDOT Project – Riverside Drive – Town of Clarksville

Check out our plans for Riverside Drive in South Clarksville:

https://www.townofclarksville.com/project/indot-project-riverside-drive/

INDOT Project – Riverside Drive In coordination with INDOT, the Town of Clarksville is reconstructing Riverside Drive from the Town limits to Ashland Park. The new roadway will include new travel lanes, on-street parking, new walking paths, and a new cycle track. You can find out more about this p...

As part of our continuing efforts to help our local business community, we are now accepting forgivable loan application...
05/22/2020
Small Business Assistance Grants – Town of Clarksville

As part of our continuing efforts to help our local business community, we are now accepting forgivable loan applications from local Clarskville businesses that have been impacted by COVID-19. Program information, eligibility, and the application can be found here:

https://www.townofclarksville.com/project/small-business-assistance-grants/

Small Business Assistance Grants The Town of Clarksville will invest up to $250,000 through an Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funded by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). This program will support qualifying local...

05/19/2020

Help Shape the Future of Clark and Floyd Counties by completing this survey by the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana: https://www.cfsouthernindiana.com/

The Indiana SBDC, in collaboration with the IEDC, is requesting information from small businesses on the impact and resp...
05/08/2020
COVID-19 Impact | Indiana Small Business Development Center

The Indiana SBDC, in collaboration with the IEDC, is requesting information from small businesses on the impact and response to the COVID-19 public health crisis. Information obtained from this survey will only be used to assist in gauging the activity and needs of Hoosier small businesses.

If your business has been impacted by COVID-19, please complete this form (https://isbdc.org/small-biz-impact-survey/) at your earliest convenience

Note: We realize many of the questions below from SBA are positioned as though the economic injury has already occurred and the reality is, it is ongoing. We ask that you estimate this impact to the best of your ability. Example: For start date of impact, you can enter as early as 1/31/2020 and for....

Full Closure: INDOT Construction to Start on Blackiston Mill Road on May 4th
04/17/2020

Full Closure: INDOT Construction to Start on Blackiston Mill Road on May 4th

Please see below for important information regarding a project affecting Blackiston Mill Road.

“We’re Still Open!” signs have finally been delivered - will be dropping these off at local businesses tomorrow. Need a ...
04/02/2020

“We’re Still Open!” signs have finally been delivered - will be dropping these off at local businesses tomorrow. Need a sign? Send us a message. Stay safe.

We created signs for local businesses to help get their message out during the pandemic, if you are open and would like ...
03/30/2020

We created signs for local businesses to help get their message out during the pandemic, if you are open and would like a sign or two then please send us a message. We will deliver to your door by the end of this week.

03/24/2020
www.townofclarksville.com

Reaching out to some local restaurants today, Clarksville restaurants are still open for takeout - link below.

Questions about the Governor's stay-at-home executive order? Here is a FAQ sheet: https://www.in.gov/gov/3232.htm
03/23/2020
Governor Eric J. Holcomb: Indiana Stay-At-Home Order FAQ

Questions about the Governor's stay-at-home executive order? Here is a FAQ sheet: https://www.in.gov/gov/3232.htm

Main Content Indiana Stay-At-Home Order FAQ Governor HolcombNewsroom Current: Indiana Stay-At-Home Order FAQ For Immediate Release: Monday, March 23, 2020   Indiana Stay-At-Home Order FAQ INDIANAPOLIS – Governor Eric J. Holcomb delivered a statewide address Moday to order that Hoosiers remain in ...

03/23/2020

Address to the State Regarding COVID-19
Eric J. Holcomb
Governor of Indiana

March 23, 2020
Remarks as prepared for delivery

If you’re watching this at home, I’m grateful.

That means, hopefully, you’re social distancing, not spreading the contagious coronavirus COVID-19, for which there’s still no cure.

That means, you’re being part of the solution, not the problem.

So on behalf of the state, I thank you.

But because both the infection rate and the death rate continue to climb, Indiana, we need to do more!

Our neighbors and our economy need to see that we’re taking steps that will help flatten curve to ensure our healthcare system is able to treat the most vulnerable.

To best do that, let me lay out five points.

First, as of Tuesday, your state government personnel will not be a reason you have to get out of your house.

The state will be reduced to only the absolute essential workforce level, such as state hospitals, police, prison staff, child protection services, health and our already activated National Guard.

We’ll be maximizing remote work, online and call centers to continue core functions, such as unemployment insurance and welfare applications.

Whatever nonessential state business that has to be conducted in person will have to wait.

Citizens shouldn’t worry!

This means all types of licenses issued by the state will automatically be
extended by 60 days, and law enforcement officials are not going to be
issuing citations, for say, expired drivers licenses or registrations.

Second, let me also say how proud I am of our five central Indiana
hospitals.

In order to expand capacity and enhance coordination and save lives, we’re
activating a comprehensive healthcare-oriented Emergency Operations Center, jointly run by Marion County, our capital city, and the
state.

This center will centrally inventory and provide support for personnel,
supplies (like ventilators, masks, goggles, gloves and gowns and space),
as we move into the patient surge for COVID-19 phase.

By supporting movement and coordination between all hospital systems,
we will not leave any healthcare delivery system alone in their struggle to
take care of Hoosiers, both those affected by the pandemic and those with
other illnesses.

I’m thrilled that our hospital systems have once again stepped up to
participate in this innovative initial phase of the process – Eskenazi,
Community, Ascension, IU Health, and Franciscan.

They are all together going to quickly be able to respond to unmet needs
and pool precious resources for the state’s wellbeing.

This is yet another example of Indiana responding to uncommon problems
with uncommon solutions.

Think about this, on March 1, New York had one positive confirmed case of
coronavirus.

Today, 22 days later, they have more than 15,000!

And it’s growing, not slowing.

Their hospitals are being overrun.

That’s what we’re trying to manage and avoid, which is why we need to
slow the spread – now.

Yes, we started with the central Indiana hospitals, only because that’s
where we’ve seen the most community spread. Friday, Marion County had
47 positive cases. On Saturday, there were 82. Today, the number is 110.
Overall, three Marion County residents have died.

This hybrid approach will be replicated across the state to ensure we are
the best prepared to address the spread in each quadrant of our state.

Because we know COVID-19 is spreading statewide. On March 6, Indiana
had one positive case. Today, we have 259!

Third, in times of trouble, in times of not being able to be in total control, in
times of such uncertainty, many of us find comfort, find strength – in fact,
we find guidance – in our faith.

Our statewide faith leaders have become in high demand, whether we all
realize it or not.

I want to thank all of our faith leaders who are live-streaming their
services.

I was told yesterday, five central Indiana pastors live-streamed their
sermons to over 50,000 Hoosiers.

If ever there was an essential service, our houses of worship are on the top
of the list, right next to our doctors and nurses.

Thanks to all the faith leaders for realizing the church is a body, not a
building, especially in the difficult and different days ahead.

We’ll get back to the day when we can all join in person, in full force, but
until that day, let’s continue to spread the word – not COVID19!

And fourth, to all our healthcare heroes out there pulling double shifts,
everyday, putting their lives on hold so they can tend to others, this is your
finest hour, and our entire state’s depending on you like never before.

To all the schools and churches and businesses, like Subaru and Toyota
and Fiat Chrysler and the biggest mall owner-operator in the world, Simon
Malls, that have shut down;

To General Motors who is redeploying their Kokomo workforce and
converting their production line to make ventilators;

To all the breweries that have converted their businesses into hand
sanitizer production lines;

To all the manufacturers out there, who have donated their own protective
gear to hospitals and to the state;

To all those businesses that have gone to multiple shifts to spread out the
work and their work forces;

To the union shops who are asking their contractors to drop off the needed
items our hospitals are asking for;

To all the gritty restaurant owners, who are trying to survive by adapting
overnight to a new “to-go only” business model;

(I’ve personally ordered to-go, every day to support our local entrepreneurs
during these tough unprecedented times);

And I know, large and long-established restaurants have gone from – one
told me the other day – 56 employees to four.

Small family-owned diners have closed. Without the tables turning, they
can’t afford staff, let alone the light bill or rent.

So, to everyone who’s been playing by the rules, to all those companies
contributing to our war effort to slow the spread – we say thank you!

Ladies and gentlemen, we owe it to our private sector, the ones who risk
their capital, and put in endless work days and nights – who were taken for granted during all those good times, when our economy was booming, just
two weeks ago.

We owe it to them to get through this as fast as we can.
It was for that reason that last week, I directed that for restaurants and bars
to remain open, they must pivot to carry-out only.

Yet a week later, we know that’s not being followed by all.

And we know it only takes one bad apple to spoil the bushel.

We know, one infected person infects two, and those two infect two more –
and so on, and so on.

Today, I signed an Executive Order that instructs the ATC to suspend any
and all food and beverage licenses for those who violate the order.

Additionally, I’ve signed another Executive Order that calls on all Hoosiers
to hunker down, stay at home, unless you’re going out on an essential
errand, or essential work or essential business and operations.

Other states have recently come out with similar directives.

Ohio has stay at home. Kentucky yesterday evening rolled one out.

Illinois a few days before them both.

We’re all seeing the same trends or waves coming, especially in the dense
areas, but it is spreading to all counties. So, stay home, get groceries only
when you really need them and buy only what you really need.

I’m telling you, the next two weeks are critical – that’s March 24 through
April 7 – if we’re going to slow the spread, and we must slow the spread.

My fellow Hoosiers, the State of our State is in a much different place than
when I gave that annual address just over two months ago in January.

But because we were one of the most recession-resilient states in America
going into this, I know we’ll bounce back better than some others.

We’ll continue to work with our federal partners at FEMA, the Army Corps
of Engineers, the CDC, HHS, the President and Vice President, and our
own congressional delegation, on both sides of the aisle, to get the
financial help to the people most in need – and get it there now.

A year ago last week, we had 3,100 Hoosiers file for unemployment
benefits.

Fast forward exactly a year later. Last week we had over 54,000 Hoosiers
file for help.

And so whether you’re an employee or employer, whether you’re dealing
with mental, physical, or financial health issues, whether you’re a small
town or big city, the state of Indiana will work with our federal partners as
we steer through the rocky, shallow waters ahead.

And, lastly, fifth, here’s something you don’t often hear from elected
officials, but it needs to be said.

I want to thank our local press corps for putting out critically important
information on the effects and impacts of the coronavirus.

Make no mistake about it, this disease is killing people.

Time is of the essence.

And the best thing we can do for each other, for this generation, and for our
economy, is to get a handle on the virus by slowing the spread.

That’s what we have power over.

That’s the power of one, and what you can do.

That’s your power.

And that’s the power, that together, we’ll remain Indiana strong!

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