The city of Frankfort will be hosting a series of public meetings to discuss the proposed annexation of State Road 28 West and answer questions from the public. Anyone with questions regarding the proposed annexation is encouraged to attend. Meetings will be held at the following locations on the dates and times noted: 7/14/2020 – […]
Governor Holcomb is asking all Hoosiers to mask up—and remember that wearing a face mask can protect others from contracting the virus. The City of Frankfort is committed to reducing the risk of spreading COVID-19 by asking all members of our community to wear a mask when around others. Even though Indiana is beginning to […]
Frankfort, Ind. – All city offices will be closed on Friday, July 3 due to the Independence Day holiday and will reopen on Monday, July 6.
An ISDH/Optum Covid-19 Testing Site will begin operating on Wednesday, May 13, 2020, from 8:00am-8:00pm at Frankfort High School (1 South Maish Rd, Frankfort). The testing will run Monday – Friday for the next several weeks and continue with the 8:00am-8:00pm times. Testing Criteria: Individuals who are symptomatic for COVID-19 or close contacts of confirmed […]
May 4, 2020 – Following the announcement of Governor Holcomb’s roadmap to reopen Indiana, and the Clinton County Commissioners decision to lift the Clinton County Travel Advisory, Mayor Judy Sheets announced that several city departments will begin plans to loosen Covid-19-related restrictions but says, “This does not mean people should act as though the danger […]
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 […]
As we head into this Easter weekend, I want to thank all of you for staying at home, practicing social distancing, and doing your part to keep our community healthy. Like many of you, I miss the hugs from my grandchildren, having dinner in our local restaurants and attending church services, but I know that […]
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, Frankfort Municipal Utilities have announced that the Frankfort Lagoons have been closed for all activity.
The City of Frankfort is working diligently with Clinton County officials, our health care partners, and first responders to protect public health and safety as the coronavirus spreads. We are working together to lower the risk of transmission and infection and reduce the impact on our community. City officials and departments are closely following updates […]
Frankfort, IN – Frankfort Parks Department announced that all city-owned playgrounds and basketball courts will be closed effective immediately and will remain closed until further notice to comply with measures outlined by state officials. The closure of playground facilities and basketball courts is intended to help reduce the spread of Coronavirus and protect the health of […]