Mike Schantz, Shelby County Emergency Management Director, spoke with Shelbyville Mayor Tom DeBaun and County Commissioner Kevin Nigh, and due to the winter storm warning Shelby County was placed in a Travel Advisory. This alerts residents to use caution, monitor local media, national weather service and NOAA weather radios for changing conditions, but does not restrict travel.
The lowest level of local travel advisory,means that routine travel or activities may be restricted in areas because of a hazardous situation, and you should use caution or avoid those areas.
Closed: Shelbyville Central
Closed: Southwestern schools – Shelby County
Closed: Shelby Eastern schools
Closed: Northwestern Schools – Shelby County
Closed: Rush County schools
Closed: Bartholomew County schools
Closed: Flat Rock Hawcreek
Closed: Decatur County schools
Closed: Greensburg schools
Closed: Edinburgh schools
2-hour delay: Center Grove
2-hour delay: Franklin
2-hour delay: Nineveh-Hensley-Jackson
2-hour delay: Greenwood
2-hour delay: Mt. Vernon
2-hour delay: Southern Hancock
2-hour delay: Greenfield-Central districts
Shelby Senior Services Horizon Center is closed Friday.
Freudenburg Shelbyville Molding will be closed Friday. Reopening at 6:00 am Saturday,
First Friday event on the Circle in Shelbyville, scheduled for December 6, has been postponed to December 13.