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Free WiFi available at TPA Park

As promised last year, free WiFi now is available in TPA Park, including at TPA Pool. Visitors to the City’s largest park can use any laptop, notebook or mobile device that picks up WiFi to locate and log onto the FkFkWiFi network. The City’s existing fiber optic network was leveraged last year to provide free […]

Upcoming Twilight Concert in TPA Park

Mark your calendars! The Frankfort Parks Department is hosting a Twilight Concert Series, offering a variety of local musical talents for the entire community to enjoy in the coming weeks. Held at the TPA Park bandstand, the next concert is Saturday, June 22 at 7:00 p.m.: The Brian Pitzer Band, acoustic set.  

TPA pool opens June 9

Frankfort, IN – Frankfort’s TPA Pool opens Sunday, June 9 for the summer season with the cost per person per day of $3 and children two years and younger free. The pool will be open seven-days-a-week from 11:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m., staffed with trained lifeguards. A single season pass is $40 and a family […]

Operation Spring Clean Up May 6-11

Volunteers and donations needed Frankfort, IN – Volunteers and monetary donations are needed for Frankfort’s 2013 Operation Spring Clean Up set for May 6 – 11 with clean up activities planned each evening that week from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. in the City’s six parks, and downtown. Designed to involve individuals, families, schools, businesses, churches […]

News briefs

RECYCLING TOP 10 Below are Top 10 reasons recycling is a simple, easy and very important activity for the benefit of everyone in Frankfort: 1. Recycle cardboard, plastic, paper, aluminum, metal, and glass. 2. Dumping trash costs the City money (more than $100,000 last year in dump fees). 3. Nearly 90 percent of household trash […]

Gant, Tatum selected to lead City’s Parks Department

Mayor selects lifelong residents with vision, skills to improve City’s six parks Frankfort, IN – Recognizing the diverse talents of two finalists, Mayor Chris McBarnes has chosen a two-member team to lead the City’s Parks Department with Ron Gant serving as parks superintendent and Joel Tatum as working supervisor. “I could not be more pleased […]