Fast Facts

In 2014-2015 in Frankston City there was 

  • 1,188 four year olds and 482 three year olds enrolled in kindergarten
  • 19,540 visits to a Maternal and Child Health (MCH) centre and 1,816 home MCH visits
  • 3,600 infants and 6,866 secondary students that attended immunisation sessions
  • 666 parents that attended a parent education program session
  • 22,986 young people that attended activities at Youth Hangouts
  • 122,500 hours of ageing and disability care support provided to Frankston City residents
  • 54,000 Meals on Wheels meals provided to Frankston City residents
  • 6,400 passengers on the community transport buses
  • 4,206,863 bins emptied (residential, commercial and public place bins)
  • 201 Public Health and Wellbeing inspections and 1,408 Food Act inspections conducted by Council
  • 791 planning applications received by Council and 813 planning decisions made
  • 1,100 fire hazard inspections undertaken by Council
  • 25,177 pets registered: 18,636 dogs and 6,541 cats
  • 407,206 visits to Frankston City libraries
  • 182,567 attendances at the Frankston Arts Centre
  • 262,000 people that participated in major festivals and events

In 2014-2015 Frankston City Council managed the following facilities and assets on behalf of the community:

  • 375 parklands
  • 29 sporting reserves
  • 99 tennis courts
  • 79 bridges
  • 8,764 metres of fencing
  • 11 retarding basins
  • 34,502 stormwater management pits
  • 280 buildings, including community centres, family and youth, parks and leisure, civic, aged services and arts and library
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