Clark County Government Building

Clark County is located in southern Indiana and named after William Clark. William Clark was an American explorer, soldier, Indian agent, and territorial governor. Along with Meriwether Lewis, Clark helped lead the Lewis and Clark Expedition of 1803 to 1806 across the Louisiana Purchase to the Pacific Ocean, and claimed the Pacific Northwest for the United States. Clark County was established in 1801 and is strategically positioned across the Ohio River from Louisville, Kentucky.

Port of Indiana - JeffClark County is a major transportation hub with Interstate Highway Access, railroads, close proximity to the Clark Regional Airport and the Louisville International Airport, and direct access to shipping on the Ohio River with the Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville facility.  The Port of Indiana - Jeffersonville is one of three State of Indiana ports that operate as Foreign Trade Zones. Approximately 2 million tons of cargo moves through the Ports of Indiana - Jeffersonville annually.   

River Ridge Commerce CenterClark County has diversified its economic base and continues to expand in exciting new directions. River Ridge Commerce Center© is an example of a new wave of economic redevelopment taking place in the county. The River Ridge Commerce Center© was formerly the Indiana Army Ammunition Plant. The plant manufactured gunpowder during World War II, the Korean War, and the Viet Nam War. Congress declared the property surplus to its needs in 1998 and authorized 6000 acres of the property to be conveyed to the River Ridge Development Authority for economic development and other parts of the property to be used for expansion of the Charlestown State Park.

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United Collection Bureau Expands to Southeast Indiana, Plans to Create 600+ New Jobs

JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. (April 17, 2018) – United Collection Bureau Inc. (UCB), a provider of business process outsourcing and accounts receivable management solutions, announced plans today to establish a new call center in Clark County, creating up to 621 new jobs by 2022. 

"We're excited to welcome UCB to Indiana and grateful for the good jobs they’ll create for Hoosiers," Governor Eric J. Holcomb said. "Companies like UCB continue to take advantage of our pro-growth business environment and skilled workforce. As a state, we’ll continue to equip businesses with the tools and stability they need for success today, tomorrow and in the years ahead."

The Ohio-based company is investing $2.4 million to lease, renovate and equip a 55,000-square-foot facility at the River Ridge Commerce Center in Jeffersonville. UCB, which has already begun renovations, plans for the new Indiana-based call center to be operational by the end of May. With its growth, the company will conduct two rounds of employee recruiting, which will allow UCB to meet the increasing demand for its clients.

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State Scenic Byways Committee Accepting Public Comment on Proposed Ohio River Scenic Byway Extension

The Indiana Scenic Byways committee today announced that it is accepting comments from the public on the proposed extension of the Ohio River Scenic Byway along State Road 265 in Clark County.

The application for the proposed extension can be viewed online

Public comment can be submitted online at by clicking "Make a Request", entering "SR265 Scenic Byway Application Comment" in the description field, and entering comments in the text box provided. Public comment will also be accepted by mail at INDOT Office of Public Involvement, 100 N. Senate Ave. N642, Indianapolis, IN 46204.

Comments from the public on the application will be accepted through Friday, April 27, 2018.

SR 60 Bridge Project To Begin In April

Indiana Department of Transportation officials met with contractor representatives, utility coordinators and design engineers this morning (MARCH 9) at Seymour District offices to review plans for a $1,757,000 bridge replacement project on State Road 60 in Clark County.  

Louisville Paving Company, Indiana’s contractor, is charged with removing and replacing the 3-span S.R. 60 bridge spanning Persimmon Run—located 4.93 miles west of S.R. 111, just west of Broom Hill Road—and installation of a 14 X 9-foot concrete box culvert measuring 72 feet in width at a tributary to Muddy Fork Creek—located 1.5 miles east of Bordon.  Both structures are in Wood Township.  

The Louisville contractor plans to begin work to replace the box culvert in mid- to late-April.  Two-way traffic on S.R. 60 will be shifted to lane and shoulder areas allowing installation to occur one-half at a time.  This operation should be completed within 60 days. 

Replacement of S.R. 60’s 85-foot-long bridge over Persimmon Run is expected to require 120 days for construction. 

S.R. 60 has a traffic count of 10,750 vehicles per day at the culvert and 9,960 at the bridge.

Source - INDOT

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