Development of the historic Frosty Morn site is underway and the City of Clarksville has begun to conceptualize preliminary designs that envision a community space for small businesses, food trucks, and nonprofits to utilize along with a space to host events, gatherings, and more.
The project envisioned by Clarksville leadership is just that, a vision. "Rebuilding for all" was chosen as the motto for the Frosty Morn project by Clarksville leadership as the project outcome aims to serve both those in the immediate area and the Clarksville community as a whole. To achieve this, the City of Clarksville is seeking input to better understand how this facility can best serve the community.
The Frosty Morn project gained traction in September of 2021 when the City was selected as one of three cities in the country to win a spot in the Mayors Innovation Design Cohort because of the plans envisioned for the Frosty Morn site. The Cohort is a national partnership between the American Institute of Architects and the Mayors Innovation Project to help build zero-carbon, resilient, healthy, and equitable cities.
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The City of Clarksville hosted a community meeting at 5 p.m. on Nov. 16 at the Burt-Cobb Recreation Center where City leadership unveiled renderings such as the one seen here and discussed details of the project.
A virtual meeting will be made available for viewing in the near future to provide information to those that weren't able to attend the meeting.