Frankston South

In 2010 Council worked with 74 community members to develop the Frankston South Local Area Plan.  Participants included residents, sporting clubs, community groups and high school students from Frankston High School. 

The Frankston South Local Area Plan highlights the community’s aspirations and desires for the area and provides a better understanding of how the community would like to see this area evolve. 

The community identified five major project themes:

  • Walking Trails
  • Accessibility
  • Eco Café
  • Community Hub
  • Attractive Urban Design

A copy of the Local Area Plan can be downloaded via the Related Links.

Get involved

Council would like to hear from community members interested in working alongside Council to deliver the priorities and actions contained within this Local Area Plan.

If you would like to take part in making these actions happen or would like more information about Local Area Planning, please contact Frankston City Council’s Community Strengthening Department.

Achievements

Council worked closely with the local community to create a community hub for the Frankston South community. The Frankston South Community Recreation Centre on Towerhill Road was identified as a suitable site to integrate community activities. The project involved minor modifications to the building through a refurbishment process and the trial of additional activities.

Other achievements also include hosting local Neighbourhood Days and participating in regional activities.

Contact Us

Frankston City Council’s Community Strengthening Department
P. 9784 1967
E. correspondence@frankston.vic.gov.au

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