Due to staff shortages, our Seaford Community Centre and Library will be closed from Friday 14 January until further notice. Langwarrin Service Centre and Frankston and Carrum Downs Libraries remain open. The Frankston Visitor Information Centre will be closed on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday each week and remain open on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday until further notice.
Protection and management of our native plants and animals is essential for the long-term health of our environment.
Environmental weeds are a major threat to our natural environment.
A detailed reference document providing opportunities for fauna movements in Frankston.
Frankston City is home to a wide variety of animals and wildlife.
Local native (indigenous) vegetation provides shelter and food sources for native wildlife.
Pest animals pose a serious threat to the biodiversity of Frankston City.
Frankston City Council routinely carries out fox control programs within the municipality to reduce pressure on native wildlife.