This is the project news page. As news articles are posted about the project, we will link back directly to the source of news articles, videos, and public press releases related to the Catapult Central Clarksville (3C) Master Plan.
Clarksville project’s public workshop moved online due to COVID-19
April 9, 2020
An update on the project, Aprile Rickert wrote a short article describing the decision to move to an online platform following the state orders to limit non-essential meetings due to COVID-19.
Clarksville, Indiana – It Began Here
March 9, 2020
An article by Business View Magazine which looks at a variety of projects happening in the Town of Clarksville. Representatives of the community, including Redevelopment Director Dylan Fisher and Planning Director Jacob Arbital, were interviewed to talk about the plans that are on-going and the opportunities they will bring for the community.
Community gives input on Lewis and Clark revitalization
3C Master Plan expected to be finished in fall
January 13, 2020
Aprile Rickert wrote a short article about the open house event held on January 13th, 2020. Rundell Ernstberger Associates presented initial findings at the meeting and opened up an opportunity for the community to speak directly to them about the project.
Catapult Central Clarksville Master Plan moves forward
Public input session scheduled for January
December 30, 2019
Aprile Rickert wrote a short article about a public open house event to be held on January 13, 2020 on the 3C Master Plan Project. This is the first day of a four-day workshop where Rundell Ernstberger Associates will be working with focus groups and other Town representatives and staff to identify visions, goals, and design principles in preparation for public presentation scheduled for a later date. This open house is an opportunity for the public to meet the team, learn about the project, ask questions, and provide input.
Clarksville to seek residents’ input on reimagined future of Lewis and Clark Parkway
November 20, 2019
Sara Sidery, a reporter with WDRB, wrote a short piece about future changes within the Town of Clarksville which will affect over 600 acres of land of the Lewis and Clark and Broadway districts.
Clarksville working on master plan to shape future of area around Lewis and Clark Parkway
November 4, 2019
Dennis Ting announces in his article that the Town of Clarksville will be working on a new master plan for a retail dominated space around Lewis and Clark Parkway and the Broadway District area. This plan will map out a vision to be implemented over the next 25 years.