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Level 2 Snow Emergency continues; Mayor orders non-essential City departments to close at noon

Frankfort, IN – With the Level 2 Snow Emergency continuing, Mayor Chris McBarnes has ordered all non-essential City departments to close at noon today. These departments include all the offices in Old Stoney (Mayor’s office, Clerk-Treasurer’s office, Building Services Department) as well as the Frankfort Parks Department. Frankfort Police, Fire and Street Departments will continue […]

Emergency Management Team meeting tonight; residents asked to hold recyclables

Mayor Chris McBarnes and City department heads are meeting with Clinton County Emergency Management Director Darrell Sanders at 9:00 p.m. tonight in the Emergency Operations Center to discuss preparations for tomorrow’s forecasted winter storm. Any weather-related updates will be posted on this Web site as necessary. In the meantime, with the snow predicted to start early […]

Mayor McBarnes’ statement: moment of silence Friday morning; flags remain at half-staff

Proclaiming Friday as a “Day of Mourning” and continuing to remember and honor the 26 lives lost at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut last week, Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy has requested each state join with Connecticut in a moment of silence at 9:30 a.m. that morning. I encourage all Frankfort residents to join […]

North Maish Road ribbon cutting to celebrate improvement project’s completion

Frankfort, IN – Wednesday’s noon ribbon cutting ceremony officially will mark the completion of the North Maish Road infrastructure improvement project with new sidewalks, a railroad grade crossing, curbs, gutters, new turn lanes, a new four-way stop at Washington Drive and Maish Road at the Frankfort Middle School entrance, piping, and stormwater inlets. According to […]

Extra Mile Proclamation

WHEREAS, Frankfort, IN is a community which acknowledges that a special vibrancy exists within the entire community when its individual citizens collectively “go the extra mile” in personal effort, volunteerism, and service; and   WHEREAS, Frankfort, IN is a community which encourages its citizens to maximize their personal contribution to the community by giving of […]

Free wireless Internet now available in downtown Frankfort

FfFtWiFi network benefits residents, visitors and Ivy Tech students; enhances Frankfort’s competitiveness Frankfort, IN – As another progressive step in the McBarnes administration’s Economic Development and Communications cornerstones, the City’s existing fiber optic infrastructure is being utilized to provide free WiFi Internet access in the downtown area as a way to help grow existing businesses […]