The City’s Neighbors Helping Neighbors event scheduled with volunteers from the First Presbyterian Church for tomorrow, April 30 is being postponed due to forecasted rain. A rescheduled date will be announced in the near future.
Jackson Street has reopened to traffic this morning. City officials are in communication with property owners on the repairs the business owners will need to make to their structures. As always, thank you for your cooperation as we dealt with the results of the severe winds this weekend.
Update on road situations due to high winds: City officials have reopened Washington Street this evening with Jackson Street remaining closed until further notice. Street Department crews will be busy this week clearing brush and tree limbs in roadways from all the downed trees throughout the community. The Frankfort Plaza merchant sign has been cleared […]
Situations due to high winds today: Jackson Street is closed from Clinton Street to Washington Street due to roof materials coming off of a downtown building Washington Street is closed from Jackson Street to Sycamore Street due to roof damage on a building and power lines being down in that area both Jackson and Washington […]
Governor Mike Pence directed flags be flown at half-staff following the announcement that Howard County Sheriff’s Deputy Carl Koontz was killed in the line of duty early this morning. Flags are to be flown at half-staff beginning immediately until sunset on the day of Deputy Koontz’s funeral. Governor Pence asks businesses to lower their flags […]
Carts to be allowed starting Tuesday Frankfort, Ind. – Frankfort Commons Golf Course will be open today for play and will be walking only to start. Carts will be allowed starting Tuesday, March 22. With carts being limited, please call ahead of time at 659-1324 to reserve a cart. Beginning season rates are $12 for […]
For those of you unable to be with us last night for our State of the City, you can watch it on WILOTV and catch up on the great progress we’ve made together and our exciting initiatives in our brand new Quality Plan launched this morning! Our thanks to the Clinton County Chamber of Commerce […]
McBarnes Administration Quality Plan The foundation of an initial 100-Day Plan followed by five 200-Day Plans positioned the City well to project into the future where the accomplishments within our four cornerstones have evolved into quality of place and quality of life initiatives. Quality of place are those tangible elements found in our […]
Due to a wet golf course combined with inclement weather, today’s scheduled Clean Up Day at Frankfort Commons has been moved to Thursday, March 17 at 1:00 p.m. Volunteers are encouraged to sign up by calling the golf course at 659-1324. We look forward to seeing everyone Thursday!
Community volunteers needed Frankfort, Ind. – Due to an extremely breezy winter leaving debris on the Frankfort Commons Golf Course, the golf committee is asking for volunteers to help clean up leaves and branches on the course Monday, March 14 at 1:00 p.m. All maintenance equipment will be provided for volunteers with any time donated […]