Frankston, Seaford and Carrum Downs Libraries and Customer Service Centre desks at the Civic Centre, Seaford Centre and Langwarrin Centre will be closed on Thursday the 26th of January for the public holiday.
Published on 06 September 2021
Frankston City Council has committed a total of $9,128,000 towards the Covid-19 Relief and Recovery Package. This was initially $5,268,000 at June 30, 2021 and then boosted by $3,860,000 in the 2021–2025 Council Plan and Budget.
Financial hardship from loss of income due to COVID-19 has impacted residents, with Council grants for individuals aimed at fulfilling both basic needs and maintaining pathways for recovery. These include:
Supporting the community to build resilience and remain connected is a critical focus for Council in providing recovery related assistance such as:
Council’s business grant program pool for those directly impacted by COVID-19 was increased to $450,000 for 2020-2021 and has been significantly bolstered by the revitalised Relief and Recovery Package for 2021-2022.
The Relief and Recovery Package now includes $1,352,000 in grants and programs to support business operators, attract investment and enhance employment opportunities.
Support and funding commitments made during 2020-2021 include: