Thunder Over Louisville 2018
The Clarksville Police Department hopes that all residents and visitors have a great time at Thunder. In order to provide for a safe and secure event, the following rules will be strictly enforced prior to, during, and shortly after the event. If you have any questions, please contact the Clarksville Police Department prior to the event.
The "Event Area" is the area starting at Woerner Avenue and Riverside Drive, and extending west along Riverside Drive ending at the Interpretive Center. This includes all public park areas, flood walls, parking lots, and roads.
In order to provide a fun and enjoyable Thunder Experience for everyone, the following rules will be strictly enforced in the "Event Area":
No Animals (See Service Animal Rules)
No Rollerskates / Blades
No Unauthorized Golf Carts
No Glass Objects
No Tents or Structures
No Flying Devices, Including Drones
Services Animal Rules:
All individuals requiring a service animal in the event area MUST be able to present their service animal REGISTRATION or CERTIFICATION paperwork. Individuals without the proper service animal credentials will be asked to leave the event area and return with the proper paperwork. Animals in training will not be allowed in the event area.
All Bags, Coolers, Etc. are SUBJECT TO SEARCH in the event area.
All Indiana State Laws and Clarksville Town Ordinances will be enforced, including the ban on the use of Alcohol, Drugs, Disorderly Conduct, or any other means of distracting from the enjoyment of the event by the general public.
The Clarksville Police Department will issue a limited number of passes for Residents and Businesses. Residents are not required to have permits, however, after the south end of Clarksville has been closed to vehicular traffic, no one including residents will gain entry to the south end of Clarksville.
To request a permit, contact Captain Mike Johnson at the Clarksville Police Department between the hours of 8am and 3:30pm. Phone 812.288.7151 x327 or email email@example.com
The closure of the south end is based on congestion of traffic in the area and can take place at any time and will continue until the conclusion of Thunder Over Louisville.
Residents are strongly encourage to advise visitors to arrive early to the event. No exceptions will be made.
Once anyone leaves the south end in vehicular traffic, re-entry will only happen after the conclusion of Thunder Over Louisville and the south end traffic has been cleared (typically from 12:30am to 2am).
When it is determined that the event area has become saturated with traffic, Command Officers will restrict access to the South End. Once roadways are closed, the primary entry point for Residents ONLY will be North Clark at Brown Station Way (Near Culligan). All other vehicles will be denied entry at this time.
The final closing will be determined by the amount of event traffic. In the past it has occurred between 4 and 5pm but has occurred earlier and roads will become ONE WAY (Northbound) out of the event area by 8:50pm. No southbound traffic will be permitted.
Eastbound Brown Station Way at Lewis and Clark will close at 8pm or as directed by the Officer in Charge. Traffic will be routed to Lewis and Clark eastbound. No westbound traffic will be allowed on Brown Station Way.
Friday, April 20th, 2018
11am Riverside Drive at Woerner Avenue
11am South Sherwood and Winbourne Avenue
11am Smyser Avenue at the Flood wall
Saturday, April 21st, 2018 THUNDER
6am S. Clark @ Winbourne Residents Only
6am S. Clark @ Beckett
6am Montgomery @ Virginia
6am Montgomery @ Sherwood
------ Riverside @ Woerner (Closed Friday)
6am Harrison @ Bailey
6am Winbourne @ Riverside
6am Emery Crossing @ Summer Place
2pm S. Clark @ Montgomery
- Residents, VIP, Church, Handicap Parking Allowed
2pm S. Clark @ Sherwood
4pm Smyser @ Floodwall
4pm S. Sherwood @ Riverside
4pm Marriott @ Montgomery
The following will be Closed when necessary due to Safety
N. Clark @ Brown Station Way
Brown Station Way @ Lewis & Clark
Emery Crossing @ McCullough Pike
Culligan @ Brown Station Way