Today, Governor Holcomb officially extended the stay-at-home order through May 1st. His executive order can be found here. In cooperation with this order, the City of Frankfort offices and departments will remain closed until the stay-at-home order is lifted. Mayor Sheets and her staff remain committed to the safety of city employees and all residents of Frankfort and remind the community that all departments are available by phone and email. Phone numbers for all city departments are listed prominently on the city website. Emails can also be sent to the general email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frankfort Street Department’s Annual Spring Clean-up week has been postponed. The community will be updated once a new date has been confirmed.
The Board of Works will be holding a special meeting on Wednesday, April 22, at 11 a.m. to discuss operations of the golf course and plans for the July 4 Festival at T.P.A. park. Residents are encouraged to submit comments to the Board of Works by email. Emails will be read during the “public comments” portion of the meeting. This meeting can also be watched live on the City of Frankfort YouTube channel.
In addition to staying connected with the Clinton County Health Department and other local officials, Mayor Sheets and her staff have been closely monitoring local, state and national information related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. To keep residents informed of accurate and up-to-date information we are sharing updates and resources on our website at this link.
The City of Frankfort is still working for all residents. Essential services and operations are being maintained and our commitment to our community is unwavering. We will get through this together.