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Alley off Kelley Avenue closed due to safety concerns

Immediate closure due to safety concerns Frankfort, Ind. – August 5, 2015 – The alley off Kelley Avenue between East McClurg Street and Washington Avenue is closed effective immediately and until further notice due to a large area of land having washed away, creating a 20-25-foot drop into the creek. Frankfort Street Department crews have placed […]

2015 street paving projects announced

Residents encouraged to check City Web site, Facebook pages for updates At an August 3 special meeting, the Frankfort Board of Public Works approved 13 paving projects to be completed this year at a cost of $290,000 and awarded the work to Milestone of Lafayette. According to Street Superintendent Jason Forsythe, City officials are working […]

Police Department’s next community meeting August 11

Event kicks off third Neighborhood Connection Program Frankfort, Ind. – Kicking off the City’s third Neighborhood Connection Program, Frankfort Police will hold their next community meeting on Tuesday, August 11 from 6 – 7 p.m. in Circle Park at 1355 West Kyger Street. Area residents are encouraged to attend to learn about the Police Department’s […]

Neighbors Helping Neighbors event Saturday

In a perfect example of how Frankfort’s Neighbors Helping Neighbors Program is designed, volunteers led by Doyle Bell from the Handyman’s Guild with the First Presbyterian Church are partnering with City officials to help a resident with exterior home improvements in the 500 block of South First Street this Saturday. According to Frankfort Building Inspector […]

Trash to be collected Friday, July 3

Frankfort, Ind. – Although Friday, July 3 is a City holiday in anticipation of the Fourth of July, Frankfort Street Department crews will collect trash Friday, the normally scheduled collection day for residents living in the northeast section of the City. Trash may be picked up earlier than it normally might be for some households, […]