Frankfort, IN – Mayor Judith Sheets announced today that all City of Frankfort Public Meetings will be canceled through April 4, 2020. This move comes in response to the spread of the new coronavirus and the Indiana Department of Health’s directive to practice social distancing and limit the size of meetings and gatherings. Residents are also encouraged to call city offices prior to visiting as many issues and concerns may be resolved over the phone.
Public meetings being canceled include the March 18 Board of Zoning Appeals meeting, the March 23 Board of Works and City Council meetings, the March 23 Redevelopment Commission meeting and all City Court dates at Old Stoney through April 7.
City of Frankfort officials will reevaluate this policy on April 1 and will consult with local health officials and the Indiana State Department of Health prior to making any additional changes. During the next few weeks, city leaders will be working to implement audio and video options to provide remote access to individuals once public meetings resume.