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Archive | Street Department Updates

City auction May 18

The 2013 Police Bike and City Auction is scheduled for Saturday, May 18. City department heads will be cleaning out their respective areas and placing items into the auction, including furniture. Computer hard drives will go to the Wildcat Solid Waste District for disposal. Taking place at the Street Department at 10:00 a.m.,  the auction […]

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 […]

Updated weather statement: Mayor downgrades City back to a Level 3 Snow Emergency

Effective 6:00 p.m. on Monday, March 25, Mayor Chris McBarnes is downgrading the City of Frankfort back to a Level 3 Snow Emergency. A Level 3 Emergency means a travel advisory is in effect with no restrictions on travel, but with drivers encouraged to use extra caution on the roads. City Street Department crews have […]

Regular trash collection Friday, March 29

Frankfort, IN – Although Friday, March 29 is a City holiday in observance of Good Friday, there will be regular trash collection that day. According to Street Superintendent George Belmore, normally trash is not collected on City holidays, but due to the City going to once-a-week trash pickup, residents on Friday’s route on the northeast […]

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 […]

McBarnes upgrading City to Level 2 Snow Emergency effective at 10 p.m.

With snow continuing to fall and accumulations currently at approximately four inches, Mayor McBarnes is moving the City of Frankfort to a Level 2 Snow Emergency, meaning only essential travel is permitted, including travel to and from work or school, medical appointments or to get prescriptions, travel to obtain essential supplies of food or fuel, […]