In line with Victorian Government COVID-19 restrictions, all construction activity in Frankston City Council will shut down for two weeks from 11.59pm, Monday 20 September.
Make an online payment for animal registrations renewals, rates, fines and more.
Find out how to dispose of items that aren't accepted in household bins, bin information and more.
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If you live in the city of Frankston, you may be eligible for resident parking permits.
Information and details on how to pay your rates.
Access information about living with pets and animals in Frankston City.
Information on how to apply to develop or change the use of land within the Council.
Information on the COVID-19 pandemic, restrictions and how it affects Council services.
This page explains how you can report problems directly to the Council via various methods.
Published on 06 September 2021
Frankston City Council has committed a total of $9,128,000 towards the Covid-19 Relief and Recovery Package.
Published on 21 September 2021
Council is directly supporting many local charities and not-for-profits with additional funding, to help them continue providing vital assistance during the pandemic.
Published on 20 September 2021
Frankston City Council has hit the right note with a $28,000 grant to the new Frankston Music Community Network.
22 September 2021
Join the fun at Frankston Youth Services online School Holiday Program for 12-24 yo. There are a number of fun activites for you to get involved with throughout the school holidays.
Are you looking for a job, training pathway or just need advice about the next step? Come along to our online Jobs Victoria Advocates information sessions, plenty of dates to choose from.
23 September 2021
Craft Victoria’s Social Media and Marketing workshop is designed to teach artists and creatives the tools to develop a marketing strategy, harness social media platforms and grow your brand.
Council values feedback and encourages residents to comment on local issues.