Frankfort, IN – According to Frankfort Fire Chief John Kirby, clarification is needed regarding the use of fireworks during Clinton County’s burn ban: up until 5:00 p.m. on Friday, June 29, fireworks are not allowed in accordance with the countywide burn ban. The timeframe of Friday, June 29 – Monday, July 9 is excluded from […]
Extra police patrols offered while homeowners are away FRANKFORT, IN – Residents inside the City of Frankfort’s corporate limits are encouraged to take advantage of the Police Department’s free Property Watch Program to benefit from extra police patrols of their properties while homeowners are away. According to Police Chief Troy Bacon, residents simply need to […]
Frankfort, IN – Clinton County Commissioners at their meeting yesterday issued an extension of Ordinance 99-8, a countywide burn ban in effect immediately until further notice prohibiting fireworks, campfires or other fires for cooking and heat, burning of trash and vegetation, burning candles, flares, torches, and any other incendiary devices. According to Frankfort Fire Chief […]
Officer Josh Danner displays his Indiana Disabled American Veterans Association Officer of the Year award plaque next to his father, retired Frankfort Police Officer Jeff Danner and his mother, Tammy Danner. Frankfort, IN – In recognition of an Indiana law enforcement officer who goes above and beyond the normal call of duty, Frankfort Police Officer […]
Pool statistics from 2011 show a total of 9,187 people used the pool last summer with an average number of 148 people each day. The largest crowd in one day was 365 on July 2, 2011 when the high temperature was 96 degrees. Over the course of the summer, 2,792 people 18 years and older […]
A dozen Frankfort firefighters are participating in a mentoring program, working with kids once a week at the Clinton County Boys & Girls Club. Spearheaded by Fire Chief John Kirby who also serves as the Club’s athletic director, the initiative is designed to partner Frankfort youth with strong role models while they enjoy Club activities.
From January 1 – June 14 of this year, the Frankfort Fire Department staff handled seven fires, responded to 226 fire alarms, 519 ambulance assists, conducted 118 inspections and ten other types of assistance.
Similar to their recent neighborhood community meetings, Police Chief Troy Bacon and his leadership team will host a get acquainted meeting for the City’s Hispanic community on Saturday, June 16 from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. at the Hope United Methodist Church, 300 East Clinton Street. Saturday’s meeting is designed as a two-way forum for […]
This year’s City auction will be held Saturday, June 16 at 10:00 a.m. at the Frankfort Street Department, across the street from TPA Park. In addition to generators, a log splitter and vehicles, approximately 100 bikes will be included in the auction. Items from the various City departments are being auctioned off as part of […]
Citizens needing assistance with non-emergency services can visit the Police Department service window Monday – Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Requests for items such as a moped, bicycle or vehicle identification number checks, gun permits or official police records can be made by visiting the window on the first floor of the Police […]