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Last Updated on February 2, 2022 by Office of Logansport Mayor Chris Martin

After consulting with county leadership, police and street departments, Mayor Martin has made the decision to close the city building and city services effective at noon today, until noon on Friday, February 4th.

After speaking with Commissioner Browning, we are anticipating the county status to change throughout the day. Browning explained that he is continuing to consult with the Sherriff’s Department and the mayor is continuing to consult with the street commissioner and police chief on further determinations.

Logansport Municipal Utilities (LMU) will likewise be closing their customer service office in the city building today at noon to align with the city and county. LMU says they will evaluate and make a decision regarding Thursday, later on today.

Just like the other essential services for the community LMU will be fully operational in the field to address emergency repairs and maintain critical services.

Any further questions regarding Logansport Municipal Utilities should be directed to Superintendent Greg Toth’s office at 574-753-6232.

For those who absolutely must travel, please use caution when out on the roads and give yourself extra time to get to your destination. While it is snowing, the street department will be plowing the driving lanes only in order to make and keep the roads passable for individuals going to and from work and for emergency vehicles to pass as they are needed.

Please call 574-753-6231 to report an outage or downed power lines. Always call 911 in an emergency.

SOURCE: News release from Office of Logansport Mayor Chris Martin