Closings, Cancellations & Delays

Indiana will continue easing the stay-at-home restrictions in stages over the next two months, as long as new COVID-19 cases don’t delay those plans. On May 1, Gov. Eric Holcomb unveiled a roadmap for the next two months, as Midwestern states begin to move to a new normal from the COVID-19 pandemic. Stage Three May 22- June 13 When Indiana moves into stage three, gyms, fitness centers and tennis courts will be able to operate at half capacity. The maximum capacity for retail stores and malls will be moved up from 50% to 75% (while still maintaining social distancing). The restriction on social gatherings will be eased from 25 people to 100 people. Stage Four June 14-July 4 In stage four, the restriction on social gatherings will be increased from 100 people to 250 people. Retail stores and malls will be able to operate at full capacity. Dining rooms in restaurants will be able to operate at 75% capacity, with bars and nightclubs at half capacity. Theaters, museums, zoos and aquariums can reopen. Sports leagues and tournaments can resume in stage four. The following is a list of government agencies, events and schools that have been cancelled, closed or postponed due to the concerns about the coronavirus pandemic: Government
  • All state government offices are closed to in-person activity.
  • All City of Frankfort departments are closed to the public. Frankfort residents are asked to conduct business by phone or email whenever possible.
  • 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 City of Frankfort Municipal Utilities has announced that disconnects begin June 5 and individuals are encouraged to pay their bills. For more information, call the Billing Office at 659-3361.
Community
  • The Indiana Health Department has announced the following COVID-19 Optum testing sites in the area: Frankfort High School Auxiliary Gymnasium; Kokomo Senior Center, 721 W. Superior St., Kokomo; and Lebanon High School, 510 Tiger Way, Lebanon. Hours for testing sites 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday. You must register at https://lhi.care/covidtesting or by calling 1-888-634-1116.
  • The Bryson Haynes Memorial Dirt Drags has been postponed from June 13 to October 3, at the Colfax Lions Club Park. This event is put on by the Bryson Haynes Foundation and the Colfax Lions Club to raise awareness for mental health in Clinton County. Updates will be on Facebook.
  • Kaspar Media has closed the broadcast facility to the public. There 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 659-3338 or 800-447-4463 with questions.
  • The Paul Phillippe Resource Center is closed. 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.
  • 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.
  • Antioch Church will be broadcasting into their parking lot for those who don't feel comfortable coming into the building right now. Masks will be required for those entering the building. Fill list of guidelines can be found at www.antiochchurchfrankfort.org.
  • 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.
  • Wesley Manor is closed until further notice.
  • 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.