UPDATE: all City departments’ internet and phone services are up and running.
Unfortunately, internet and phone service are down for the Mayor and Clerk-Treasurer’s offices and all city departments with the exception of the Police Department as they are on a separate service. Please know we are working to get this issue fixed as quickly as possible and will update you once our system is back up […]
You are invited to the rededication of the Jonson Fountain this Saturday! Mark your calendars and plan to join us! The Jonson Fountain will be rededicated in a ceremony this Saturday (June 24) at 10:00 a.m. on the south side of Old Stoney. If it’s raining, the ceremony will be inside Old Stoney. The fountain […]
As you likely have learned in early morning news today, a shooting happened at a Virginia baseball field where members of Congress were practicing for an upcoming charity baseball game. Louisiana Representative Steve Scalise was shot along with a staff member, security and Capitol Hill police officers. With this event currently unfolding, details are still […]
Frankfort, Ind. – Partnering with The Farmers Bank and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis (FHLBI), the seventh City-County Leadership Summit will feature a day filled with multiple topics ranging from blight elimination, housing remediation, market rate housing development, place making, development funding and community engagement. More than 35 community leaders from Frankfort and […]
Frankfort, Ind. – Residents’ assistance is requested to help keep grass clippings and debris out of storm drains. If homeowners notice a clogged drain in front of their property, they are asked to kindly take a few seconds to brush the debris away from the drain. Sewer Department crews are doing all they can with […]
Governor Eric Holcomb is directing flags at state facilities across Indiana to be flown at half-staff in honor of Peace Officers Memorial Day on Monday, with flags to be flown at half-staff sunrise to sunset. Governor Holcomb also asks businesses and residents to lower their flags to half-staff to honor the occasion.
A friendly reminder! Good Friday (April 14) is NOT a city holiday this year, with all City offices open their regular hours. Regular trash collection will happen that day for residents in the northeast section of the City.
Frankfort, Ind. – Utilizing information from the FBI Uniform Crime Report statistics along with their own population data and internal research, the National Council for Home Safety and Security ranked Frankfort #50 of the safest cities in Indiana for 2017. According to Police Chief Troy Bacon, the lower serious crime statistics reported by the Police […]
New position responsible for elevating effectiveness, efficiency of utilities’ operations Frankfort, Ind. – Todd Corrie has been chosen as the City’s first general manager for Frankfort Municipal Utilities in a role created by the Utility Service Board to strengthen and improve the effectiveness and efficiency of Frankfort’s utilities including electric, water, wastewater treatment, storm water, […]