Closings, Cancellations & Delays

The following is a list of events and schools that have been cancelled, closed or postponed due to the concerns about the corona virus pandemic: Government
  • All state government offices are closed to in-person activity until at least April 7. This closure includes all Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) branches.
  • With the statewide two-week Stay at Home Order, Clinton County is under a Travel Watch (Orange) until 11:59 p.m. April 6. This could be extended.
  • Boone County is under a two-week Stay at Home Order for the state of Indiana until 11:59 p.m. April 6. This could be extended.
  • The Boone County Commissioners have declared a State of Emergency for Boone County. This emergency will restrict public gatherings in conformity with state law and to take other actions necessary to prevent the spread of the disease and to protect the public health, safety and welfare of Boone County employees and citizens.
  • Howard County is on a "Orange" travel alert which means only essential travel, such as to and from work, travel related to medical care, travel for food, groceries, medication, essential household goods and hygiene products and other essential services. For a period of two weeks, only critical essential businesses shall remain open.
  • The Howard County Commissioners have closed the following County buildings: Howard County Courthouse, Howard County Government Center, Howard County Administration Center, Howard County Criminal Justice Center Administration offices, Kinsey Youth Center, Howard County Work Release facility and Howard County Emergency Management facility.
  • Howard County has cancelled all regularly scheduled public meetings of government through April 19.
  • Primary Elections voting moved to June 2.
  • All City of Frankfort departments are closed to the public. Frankfort residents are asked to conduct business by phone or email whenever possible. Trash and recycling collection will continue in weekly collection schedules planned at this time.
  • Clinton County Courthouse is closed. The Clinton County Superior and Circuit Courts will continue to operate on a limited basis.
  • Clinton County Prosecutor's Office is closed. Should you have any business with that office, Child Support and Victim's Assistance, call 765-659-6350.
  • The Clinton County Veterans Affairs Office is closed for at least two weeks.
  • In a continued effort to protect police officers and office specialists, the Frankfort Police Department has closed the front lobby until at least April 4. The will not be taking any walk-ins without an appointment for any administrative function.
  • The lobby of the Frankfort Utility Billing Office is closed. Customers needing to set up new service can call 659-3361 to set up appointment. All payments may be made through the 24-hour night drop or drive-up windows from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • The City of Frankfort has suspended the following services until the end of March: Frankfort Fire Department has postponed regular, and annual fire inspections; Frankfort Street Department has suspended bulk-item collection and drop-off; Frankfort Parks Department has closed all public restrooms; and Frankfort Building Services Department has suspended interior home inspections. All these will last until April.
  • The City of Frankfort Municipal Utilities has enacted a suspension of service disconnects due to non-payment. For more information, call the Billing Office at 659-3361.
  • The City of Frankfort has cancelled all public meetings through April 4. Also, all City Court dates at Old Stoney are cancelled through April 7.
  • The Center Township of Clinton County office is closed to the public until the public emergency is over.
  • The Carroll County Courthouse in Delphi is closed until further notice.
  • City Hall and all City-owned buildings in Lafayette are closed to the public.
  • The Lafayette Clerk's office will be staffed to process phone and mail payments and to manage public meeting that are to be conducted virtually or cancelled.
Community
  • Kaspar Media has closed the broadcast facility to the public. They will be no walk-ins without an appointment for any administrative function. All business, such as Partyline guests, client recordings, presentations and station sales meetings will be curtailed. Call 659-338 or 800-447-4463 with questions.
  • All Clinton County Chamber of Commerce activities have been suspended until further notice. This includes the primary forums, Chamber on Your Corner, murder mystery night and the industry leaders luncheon.
  • The Iron Block Building in downtown Frankfort, which is home to the Chamber of Commerce and Frankfort Main Street, is closed until April 7.
  • SIA (Subaru of Indiana Automotive) has extended their plant closure through April 6.
  • Fiat Chrysler in Kokomo is closed through Monday March 30.
  • The Farmers Bank has suspended lobby access except by appointment only at all locations. Drive-up facilities will remain open during normal drive-up business hours. All locations, with the exception of Wesley Manor, will continue to remain open with drive-up, ATM, electronic banking, mobile banking, telephone banking and lobby services (by appointment only).
  • There will be no public or private gatherings of more than 10 people and all citizens are to attempt at all possible times to maintain a social distance of six fee or more from others in Howard County.
  • The Kokomo Family YMCA and all other gyms or workout facilities located in Howard County are to remain closed through April 19.
  • All branches of the Kokomo-Howard County Public Library and the Greentown Public Library are to remain closed through April 19,
  • The Howard County Museum shall remain closed through April 19.
  • Playgrounds and public restrooms at all Lafayette parks have been closed. Parks remain open, but the public is strongly cautioned to observe the 6' physical distancing.
  • Parking enforcement for two- and three-hour spaces in downtown Lafayette will be temporarily suspended to assist residents who are being asked to stay at home. The public is reminded to observe posted fire lane restrictions and handicapped spots, which will be enforced.
  • The Paul Phillippe Resource Center will be closed through April 6. Transit services will continue as normal as the center views this service as necessary for essential basic. Congregate meal site will be closed but home delivered meals will be delivered as usual.
  • Camp Cullom in rural Clinton County is closed until further notice.
  • The Purdue Club of Clinton County has cancelled its Annual Dinner Meeting scheduled for April 7 at Arborwood. It will be included in the Golf Outing and Scholarship Recognition Dinner in June.
  • The Frankfort Lions Club has rescheduled its April 23 Fish Fry for April 22, 2021. They will have a Ham and Beans Dinner in the fall. Bi-weekly meetings are suspended until further notice.
  • The remainder of the Annual Knight's of Columbus Lenten Fish Fry scheduled every Friday night through April 10 for St. Mary's Catholic Church are cancelled.
  • Frankfort Community Public Library and its branches are closed. This includes cancellation of all Library programming occurring inside and outside their buildings. Also, all non-library events and meeting room bookings are cancelled. At this time, they plan to reopen with normal hours and services on Monday, April 6.
  • All events and services at Antioch Church are cancelled until March 30.
  • St. Matthew United Methodist Church in Frankfort will suspend Sunday Services and activities until further notice. There will be a Sunday Service on WILO (1570) radio at 9:15 a.m. each Sunday. Please check their Facebook page to get updates including potential streaming of the service on Sunday morning. The church office will remain open Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • The Clinton County Fair Council has cancelled all Building Rentals and Public Activities at the Clinton County Fairgrounds through April 6.
  • The Frankfort AARP Tax-Aide sites at Wesley Manor on Wednesdays and at the Frankfort Neighborhood Center on Thursdays are closed until further notice.
  • Frankfort Kiwanis has announced that its Pancake Breakfast has been postponed until Saturday, October 3, from 6:30-10 a.m. at the Clinton County Fairgrounds. It was originally scheduled for May 2. In addition, Frankfort Kiwanis have suspended all regular meetings until further notice.
  • The Clinton County Chamber of Commerce has announced that the Frankfort Rotary Italian Buffet is being postponed to October. It was originally scheduled for Friday, April 3, at the Clinton County Fairgrounds.
  • Wesley Manor is closed until further notice.
  • The Lincoln Day Dinner sponsored by the Clinton County Republican Party is being postponed with no makeup date scheduled at this time.
  • The Executive Committee of the Clinton County Ministerial Association is cancelling the Lenten Breakfasts for the next two Saturdays.
  • Witham Health Services is under temporary Visitor Restrictions. No visitors are allowed at this time with the exception of Labor, Delivery and Post-Partum Unit where two pre-determined visitors will be allowed for each patient. Also, Witham Health Service is suspending public events such as Wellness events and programs; Alzheimer, Cancer, Diabetes and Grief support groups and classes; and Breastfeeding support groups and classes.
  • Indiana University Health has put in place several visitor restrictions at its hospitals in Lafayette, Frankfort and Monticello. No visitors are permitted at this time with the exception of Neo-natal intensive care unit, OB/delivery, Pediatrics, Emergency Department, Outpatient Surgery and Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health (one parent/guardian per patient). In end of life situations, two visitors will be allowed per patient.
  • The IU Health Fair scheduled for Saturday, May 2, at the Clinton County Fairgrounds has been cancelled.
  • The Lafayette Family YMCA has suspended operations at the Creasy Lane and downtown locations until further notice.
  • The Civic Players of Logansport Executive Board of Directors has suspended operations until the end of April.
  • The Pheasant's Forever banquet set for April 18 at the Edward Jones Community 4-H Building in Frankfort has been postponed.
Schools
  • Governor Eric Holcomb announced Thursday that all K-12 public and non-public schools will remain closed until May 1.
  • The Indiana High School Athletic Association has cancelled this year's boys basketball tournament.
  • Ivy Tech Community College has closed all of its buildings until further notice. With this closure, additional services to students will now also be provided virtually including advising, testing, financial aid and business office operations.
  • Find Your Brave Event for all youth in Clinton County scheduled for April 18 is cancelled.
  • Clinton Prairie School Corporation will be providing food for families with school aged children who are interested on Tuesday beginning at 12:30 at remote locations. Bags will contain items for four breakfasts and four lunches for one student, as well as milk and juice. If your child has allergies, please be advised that the food items will include peanut butter and jelly, granola bars, cheese, goldfish crackers, and fruit. Locations are Mulberry United Methodist Church, Colfax United Methodist Church, Antioch Church, and Jefferson Church.
  • Clinton Central Food Services will be providing free food for students. In order to help feed students we are offering items for breakfast and lunch. This will be available at no cost to Clinton Central students only. To make this process smooth we will need parents to call or email the names of your students and how many students are in the household.
  • The Frankfort High School Food Service Department will provide meals for pick up at three locations between the hours of 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.  These meals will be available Monday, March 30 through Friday, April 3. The locations are: Suncrest Elementary School at the back parking lot.  Blue Ridge Elementary school at the back parking lot. Frankfort High School at the back parking lot. Meals will not be available during the week of Spring Break.
  • The Food Pantry at Rossville High School will be open the first and third Tuesdays from 9:30 a.m. to noon. For the Grab-and-Go Student Lunches, call the school at 379-2990, extension 380.