Topic: City of Clarksville
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville City Forester Kathrine Stevenson, along with Principal Dr. Nix and fifth grade students celebrated “Arbor Day” by planting two Crape Myrtles trees at Burt Elementary School.
The trees planted were donated by the Clarksville Department of Electricity.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan issued a proclamation Wednesday noting Austin Peay State University’s 90th birthday, and hailing its educational excellence and service to Clarksville and the State of Tennessee.
Event rescheduled after rain out last week
Clarksville, TN – A statue of actor Frank “Sgt. Carter” Sutton, who was born and raised in Clarksville, will be dedicated at 1:30pm Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017 on Franklin Street in Downtown Clarksville.
Bad weather last Saturday forced the ceremony to be rescheduled.
Liberty Park Grill to remain open
Clarksville, TN – Rising waters on the Cumberland River and its tributaries have closed several City of Clarksville parks and boat ramps.
Liberty Park will remain closed Tuesday, April 26th, 2017 because water over roads is blocking access to much of the park, including Freedom Point, Clarksville Marina and the park’s boat ramps.
City of Clarksville uses state grants to continue Greenway
Clarksville, TN – Construction has begun on a another downtown section of the Clarksville Greenway, which ultimately will create a 10-mile hiking-and-biking trail connection between the City’s core and Heritage Park in Northeast Clarksville.
The latest section is known as the River Trail Red River Section and extends north along the Red River from the RiverWalk in McGregor Park to the Highway 41A bridge at Providence Boulevard.
Grant allows expansion of City of Clarksville’s bike-sharing service
Clarksville, TN – A group of Clarksville Academy students worked with Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department staff Friday to assemble 20 new BCycles for two new bike-share stations coming to Clarksville later this spring.
Clarksville, TN – A statue of actor Frank “Sergeant Carter” Sutton, who was born and raised in Clarksville, will be dedicated at 1:30pm Saturday on Franklin Street in Downtown Clarksville.
Mark Holleman, civic leader and broker/owner of Coldwell Banker Conroy, Marable & Holleman working with the City of Clarksville, led the drive to place the statue — created by local sculptor Scott Wise — near the Roxy Regional Theatre in Sutton’s hometown.
Couple thanks Clarksville Gas and Water Technician for quick action
Clarksville, TN – A City of Clarksville Gas and Water Department worker provided a bit of Good Samaritan service in addition to his regular duties during Holy Week.
Jody Biter, Clarksville Gas and Water service technician, was completing a shut-off in the Allenwood Drive area Wednesday morning when he heard someone cry out for help. He looked and found an elderly woman who had fallen from the porch of a nearby home and had seriously injured her leg.
Clarksville, TN – Tennessee State driver’s license services will not be available on Good Friday at Clarksville City Hall.
The City Finance Office also reminds business owners that State of Tennessee business tax returns are due by April 15th for most businesses.
Saturday event to raise awareness, fundraiser
Clarksville, TN – Citizens are invited to join friends and neighbors for Walk MS: Clarksville on Saturday, April 15th in Liberty Park.
Walk MS: Clarksville is an opportunity for people living with MS and those who care about them to connect, join together, and be inspired. In 2016, nearly 300,000 people at more than 550 locations across the country walked to create a world free of MS, raising nearly $50 million.
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