Frankfort, IN – Frankfort Mayor Judith Sheets is announcing changes to ensure the health and well-being of city employees and community members. Effective March 24, all city departments will be closed to the public. Frankfort residents are asked to conduct business by phone or email whenever possible. Phone numbers for all city departments are listed prominently on the city website and are being shared on social media. Emails can also be sent to the general email address:
Mayor Sheets explains, “We are committed to the continuation of city services throughout this crisis and are encouraging residents to call our offices if they have a question or need assistance.”
City departments are implementing changes that reduce staff to essential employees only and allows some employees to work from home. Sheets confirmed that regular city services, including trash and recycling collection, will continue with no changes in weekly collection schedules planned at this time.
Sheets reiterated her commitment to working with local leaders, including Clinton County Commissioners, Emergency Management, and Clinton County Health Department saying, “This is a fluid situation with many changes and updates that require quick adjustments. We are dedicated to keeping our citizens informed on the precautions and steps being taken by city and local government to ensure the safety of our employees and the community.”

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