At Governor Mike Pence’s direction, flags will be flown at half-staff tomorrow (Monday) from sunrise to noon in honor of Memorial Day. Businesses and residents are encouraged to lower their flags to half-staff to pay tribute to the brave men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice in defending our nation and […]
Everyone, With a heavy heart I learned of the passing of our dear friend, City Councilor and beloved community leader Sam Paul this afternoon. Sam’s relentless devotion, belief in and service to our City was inspiring. For those of you who may not know, Sam was a proud World War II veteran who served his […]
Launched last fall in the northwest quadrant of the City, Frankfort’s Neighborhood Connection Program continues this spring, with a focus on the southwest portion of the City. Beginning with the Fire Department’s Smoke Detector Blitz on April 25, followed by the Police Department’s April 29 community meeting in John Redmon Park (Third Street Park), officials […]
Frankfort, Ind. – Thanks to a partnership between the Clinton County Purdue Extension Office, Frankfort Main Street Program and the Frankfort Mayor’s Office, Purdue University Extension’s program on evaluation of public spaces will be presented to local decision makers, business owners and public officials on May 14 at the Frankfort Community Public Library. According to […]
Each of these four cornerstone areas will be continuously monitored and evaluated with progress shared. Neighborhood Revitalization Economic Development Communications Citizen Voice Note: Grant Opportunities Federal, state and regional grant opportunities will continue to be pursued for as many of the above-mentioned projects as possible.
Frankfort, Ind. – In a continuing effort to share news of Frankfort’s progress and hear residents’ ideas and concerns, Mayor Chris McBarnes invites the community to join him and the City’s department heads at Mayor’s Afternoon Out on Thursday, April 2 from noon – 1:30 p.m. at the Backstreet Café at 551 Myrtle Avenue. “We […]
With the Indiana State Senate’s February 17 passage of Senate Bill 309 (electricity suppliers service in annexed areas) the legislation now is currently under consideration in the Indiana House of Representatives. While we were unsuccessful in getting the bill amended in the Senate, our fight is far from done. In fact, it is more important […]
Daylight Savings Time (DST) begins at 2:00 a.m. this Sunday, March 8. Friendly reminder: set your clocks ahead one hour before you go to bed Saturday night. With the arrival of DST this weekend and much warmer weather in the forecast for next week, the promise of spring is in the air!
The Level 3 Travel Advisory is being lifted in Frankfort as of 2 p.m. today, March 3 . Thanks to everyone for your cooperation during the recent snow event.
STREET DEPARTMENT SUPERINTENDENT The City of Frankfort, Indiana is seeking an individual to oversee the city’s street department. This individual will be responsible for the administrative and supervisory functions of the operation. The Superintendent will also be responsible for planning, organizing and implementing the department’s goals and objectives as well as ensuring the department is […]