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Third annual Operation Spring Clean Up May 5-9

Volunteers and donations needed Frankfort, IN – Volunteers and monetary donations are needed for Frankfort’s 2014 Operation Spring Clean Up set for May 5 – 9 with clean up activities planned each evening that week from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. in the City’s six parks, and downtown. Individuals, families, schools, businesses, churches and service organizations […]

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City auction set for Saturday, May 3

This year’s City auction will be held Saturday, May 3 at 10:00 a.m. at the Frankfort Street Department, across the street from TPA Park. Items from various City departments are being auctioned off as part of Frankfort municipal government’s spring cleaning initiative for all City buildings.

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Trash to be collected on Good Friday

Although Good Friday is a City holiday, Frankfort Street Department crews will collect trash on Friday, April 18, the normally scheduled collection day for residents living in the northeast section of the City. Trash may be picked up earlier than what it normally might be for some households, so to ensure trash is collected, residents […]

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Drains need to be free of grass clippings, leaves

With spring weather finally here, yard mowing won’t be far behind. Residents are reminded their help is needed to keep grass clippings and leaves out of drains to keep the City’s drainage system clear of yard waste. Grass clippings and leaves can be brought to the Street Department’s compost site at 905 Burlington Avenue, Monday […]

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Trash to be collected on President’s Day holiday

Frankfort, IN – Although President’s Day is a City holiday, Frankfort Street Department crews will collect trash on Monday, February 17, the normally scheduled collection day for residents living in the southwest section of the City. Trash may be picked up earlier than what it normally might be for some households, so to ensure trash […]

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Recycling collection delayed until next week

Due to the current winter storm, there will be no collection of recyclables tomorrow, February 5. Frankfort residents are asked to hold onto their recyclables for collection until next Wednesday, February 12. The Street Department team, busy clearing the roads, thanks everyone for their patience and cooperation.    

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Trash to be collected on MLK holiday

Frankfort, IN – Although Martin Luther King Day is a City holiday, Frankfort Street Department crews will collect trash on Monday, January 20, the normally scheduled collection day for residents living in the southwest section of the City. Trash may be picked up earlier than what it normally might be for some households, so to […]

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Recycle Man launches 2014 cardboard campaign

Frankfort, IN – In an ongoing effort to encourage community-wide recycling, Frankfort’s Recycle Man (aka Street Superintendent George Belmore) is asking residents to focus on recycling cardboard in 2014. “Cardboard is the single largest component recycled each week in Frankfort. More than 85 percent of all products sold in the U.S. are packed in cardboard. […]

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2014: Street Superintendent’s look ahead to trash and recycling collection program

With 2013 behind us, a big thank you goes out to Frankfort residents for your patience and cooperation in making the City’s once-a-week trash collection a huge success. Because of your consistent participation in our once-a-week pickup schedule and with more and more of you participating in recycling every week, we are on the right […]

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City departments back open at 8 a.m. Wednesday – please read!

All City departments will be open during regular business hours tomorrow (Wednesday), starting at 8:00 a.m. If you have NO travel lanes on your street, contact the Street Department at 659-2912. PLEASE DO NOT email or send your message via Facebook. You will need to call in the morning. If you have at least one […]

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