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Frankfort’s 200-Day Plan ends; State of the City and Community Conversations outline major accomplishments

Frankfort, Ind. – Marking the end of the administration’s fourth 200-Day Plan, Frankfort Mayor Chris McBarnes will outline the Plan’s major accomplishments in a State of the City presentation Wednesday, January 28, followed by a taped Community Conversations available on the City’s Web site and the City and Mayor’s Facebook pages beginning the final day […]

Salt trucks on the road with ice storm warning

With an ice storm warning in effect until 1 p.m. tomorrow, we have mobilized our salt trucks and our Street Department crews will be out all night working to make our roads as safe as possible. While there is NO travel advisory currently in effect, please be extra careful driving. Our continued thanks to our […]

Level 3 Hazardous Travel Advisory cancelled

Effective noon today the Level 3 Travel Watch Advisory for the City of Frankfort will be discontinued. Please continue to be diligent in your travels as we are still facing extremely cold temperatures. A heartfelt thank you to our city street department workers for their amazing efforts this past week. We appreciate you!

Mayoral message: travel advisories and what each means

Winter Storm Information Update Monday, January 5, 2015 With the approach of several possible inches of snow and frigid temperatures, it’s a good opportunity to review the various emergency levels and travel advisories and what each one means.  To be clear: there are no travel advisories currently in effect at this time. Level 3 (Hazardous […]

Mayoral statement – Winter Storm Watch

Everyone, A heads up that the National Weather Service (NWS) in Indianapolis has issued a Winter Storm Watch in effect Monday evening into Tuesday morning for Clinton County and surrounding areas. According to the NWS, roads may become extremely hazardous depending on how much snow and wind we receive, with the majority of snow (up […]