Climate Change Community Survey

Frankston City Council is seeking your feedback to help us better understand our community’s priorities for responding to the threat of climate change.

Climate change is happening now and we are experiencing the impacts on our community, economy and environment. In November 2019, Council declared a climate emergency, recognising that urgent action is needed to address climate change and keep people and the environment safe, now and for generations to come.

Since this declaration was made, the COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped our lives in previously unimaginable ways. Together, we now have an opportunity to rebuild our community in a way that is better for people and the planet.

We encourage you to complete the survey, tell us what matters most to you and learn more about what we can all do to address climate change. Please help us spread the word by sharing the survey with your family, friends and colleagues.

How to provide feedback

  • Complete the Online Survey (which takes about 10-15 minutes)

  • If you have a ‘big idea’ submit it on Council’s Our Say Online Forum . The forum allows everyone to share and vote on ideas

  • If you are unable to complete the online survey, call us on 1300 322 322 to have one posted to you, with a stamped return envelope

Closing date for feedback

  • Wednesday 2 September 2020

Further information

To learn more about climate change visit Council’s Climate Change webpage.

To find out what Council has been doing to address climate change, please download Summary of Council Actions (1MB)

Contact Us 

If you have any feedback or questions regarding the Climate Change Big Ideas Forum email:

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