Tuesday, September 25, 2018

News & Updates

Frankfort Police launch tip line

Frankfort, IN – As another vehicle for residents to communicate with Frankfort police, the Department has launched a new tip line for community members to share non-emergency crime and traffic violation information. By calling 654-6480, residents can provide information 24/7 on speeding vehicles, drug usage and sales, suspicious activity or specific tips related to crimes […]

Status of City of Frankfort Fourth of July Fireworks

The City of Frankfort’s fireworks show will go on as scheduled Wednesday, July 4 at approximately 9:00 p.m. (or when the sun has set that evening) at TPA Park. I encourage Frankfort residents to bring your families out to the Park and enjoy refreshments for sale, musical entertainment and an amazing fireworks show. With the […]

Fourth police/community meeting July 12

Frankfort, IN – The fourth in a series of community meetings hosted by the Frankfort Police Department is set for Thursday, July 12 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the Hope United Methodist Church, 300 East Clinton Street, for residents living in the northeast section of the City (north of Clinton Street and east of […]

No Frankfort recycling collection on Fourth of July

Frankfort, IN – In accordance with Frankfort’s established policy of not collecting trash or recycling on City holidays, there will be no recyclables collected on Wednesday, July 4. According to Parks and Streets Superintendent George Belmore, not having Street Department crews in on City holidays saves taxpayers money in employee wages and fuel consumption. “Residents […]

Snapshot of 25 major successes McBarnes administration’s first 100 days

Neighborhood Revitalization Complete Streets Program Operation Spring Clean Up Neighbors Helping Neighbors Program first major infrastructure investment – new sidewalks leading to Suncrest Elementary North Maish Road improvement project “war” declared on alleyways Safer Seniors Program applied for Urban Waters Management Plan grant applied for Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) grant Economic Development […]

Frankfort Police awarded drug detection and dangerous driving grants

As a result of receiving two grants recently – one local and one federal – Frankfort police have monetary resources to focus on drug detection and reducing dangerous driving. With a $3,430 grant from the Clinton County Drug and Alcohol Coalition, three Frankfort patrol officers participated in a highly specialized and dynamic Criminal Interdiction training […]

Frankfort residents encouraged to sign up for Property Watch Program

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 […]

Clinton County issues mandatory burn ban

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 […]