Big Four bridge connecting Southern Indiana and Kentucky

The Fouridor and more awaits you.

Clark County, Indiana, is located on Interstate 65, a short drive north of Louisville, Kentucky. As the second-oldest county in Indiana, it is home to Jeffersonville, Clarksville, Charlestown, and Sellersburg, and several other municipalities. As part of the Fouridor, it is also an economic powerhouse, with the River Ridge Commerce Center and the Ports of Indiana – Jeffersonville.

Clark County is located on the banks of the Ohio River and is home to a plethora of attractions, including the Big Four Bridge, the RiverStage, Huber’s Orchard & Winery, Joe Huber Family Farm & Restaurant, Clark County Regional Airport, and the NoCo Arts & Cultural District.

The Ports of Indiana in Jeffersonville

The Fouridor, or “the corridor with more,” is the term used to describe the four types of transportation in Clark County: river, rail, runways, and roads. Due to this unique set-up, businesses have access to many transportation methods to import and export products, making it a bustling area for economic activity and growth.

  • The River Ridge Commerce Center is a 6,000-acre business and industrial park and is home to over 70 companies, including Amazon, American Fuji Seal, Canadian Solar, CEVA Logistics, D.A. Inc., Denso, GE Appliances, OmniTRAX, and Sazerac. River Ridge is a prime location for global businesses and is easily accessible due to its convenient location within the Fouridor.
  • The Ports of Indiana– Jeffersonville handles over 2 million tons of cargo annually and is at mile marker 597 on the Ohio River, making it an ideal location for multiple industries. Using barges, ships, trucks, and railcars, it moves cargo throughout the country and global markets, as the Port is Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ)-certified.
NoCo arts district in Clark County, Indiana

Not only is Clark County a great place to live, but it is home to major economic growth and development, with more and more industries moving here, creating a booming region and a great place to live.

Clark County Municipalities:

  • Townships – Bethlehem, Carr, Charlestown, Jeffersonville Monroe, Oregon, Owen, Silver Creek, Union, Utica, Washington, and Wood
  • Cities and Towns – Borden, Charlestown, Clarksville, Jeffersonville, New Providence, Sellersburg, and Utica

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Clark County by the Numbers

Clark County

Clark County

Clark County20122022% Change
Gross Regional Product$4,162,010,163$6,941,350,41666.8%
Median Household Income$62,296
Per Capita Income$31,542
Poverty Level10.0%
Unemployment Rate2.4%
Labor Force Participation Rate62.9%
Average Commute Time23.1
Number of Remote Workers4,824
Percent of Remote Workers8.1%
Education: Less than 9th Grade3,4912,060-41.0%
Education: 9-12th Grade7,2805,568-23.5%
Education: High School Diploma27,26531,10714.1%
Education: Some College17,70619,4679.9%
Education: Associate's Degree6,6149,35141.4%
Education: Bachelor's Degree9,40313,86047.4%
Education: Graduate Degree and Higher4,8606,34330.5%
Homeowner Vacancy Rate1.5%
Median House Value$162,800
Median Monthly Rent$903
Percent Occupied Housing Units89.6%
Greater Louisville Region

Greater Louisville Region

Greater Louisville Region20122022% Change
Gross Regional Product$69,126,603,887$106,360,978,85053.9%
Median Household Income$71,033
Per Capita Income$34,919
Poverty Level7.6%
Unemployment Rate3.5%
Labor Force Participation Rate62.4%
Average Commute Time27.0
Number of Remote Workers59,276
Percent of Remote Workers6.9%
Education: Less than 9th Grade41,82628,187-32.6%
Education: 9-12th Grade84,22666,209-21.4%
Education: High School Diploma312,017315,9451.3%
Education: Some College219,747230,8315.0%
Education: Associate's Degree71,75896,30134.2%
Education: Bachelor's Degree146,043192,02231.5%
Education: Graduate Degree or Higher93,667123,66032.0%
Homeowner Vacancy Rate1.3%
Median House Value$178,593
Median Monthly Rent$847
Percent Occupied Housing Units90.1%
United States

United States

United States20122022% Change
Gross Regional Product$15,912,802,819,300$24,767,834,615,60055.6%
Median Household Income$69,021
Per Capita Income$37,638
Poverty Level8.9%
Unemployment Rate3.6%
Labor Force Participation Rate62.7%
Average Commute Time26.8
Number of Remote Workers15,061,684
Percent of Remote Workers9.7%
Education: Less than 9th Grade12,837,12310,919,561-14.9%
Education: 9-12th Grade17,391,41714,341,868-17.5%
Education: High School Diploma58,751,74060,598,8613.1%
Education: Some College44,359,41245,588,2612.8%
Education: Associate's Degree16,032,80720,324,52126.8%
Education: Bachelor's Degree37,281,93347,929,73328.6%
Education: Graduate Degree or Higher22,125,35330,620,66438.4%
Homeowner Vacancy Rate1.2%
Median House Value$244,900
Median Monthly Rent$1,163
Percent Occupied Housing Units88.8%