From October 2016 to March 2017, Frankston City ran ‘Think Big Frankston’ - an innovative online community engagement program to gain information from residents, businesses and local groups to inform the Council, Community and Health and Wellbeing plans.
Frankston Community Plan 2017-2021
The Frankston Community Plan 2017-2021 reflects the commitment and enthusiasm that our community has to make Frankston an even better place to be. This Community Plan builds upon the journey that the Frankston community and Council have embarked on since 2010, when the first community plans were developed.
Frankston City Council Plan 2017-2021
The Frankston City Council Plan 2017-2021 is the Council’s strategic plan to work towards its goal of becoming the Lifestyle Capital of Victoria.
Frankston City Health and Wellbeing Plan 2017-2021
The Frankston City Health and Wellbeing Plan 2017–2021 is the Council’s strategic plan for how we will work over the next four years to create well planned and liveable neighbourhoods so that residents can enjoy good health and wellbeing at every stage of life.
The Frankston Bicycle Strategy identifies a number of initiatives to improve cycling facilities and safety and encourage more cycling across Frankston City.
In developing this Strategy, due consideration was given to improving cycling safety and linking communities and facilities, as well the needs of all types of cyclists, regardless of their age, experience or reason for cycling.
Bicycle Strategy Appendices
Frankston City Coastal Management Plan
Frankston City Sports Development Plan
Frankston Street Art Framework
Open Space Strategy 2016-2036
Skate and BMX Facilities Strategy
Frankston City has a number of skate and BMX facilities. This document reviewed and made recommendations for the future of skate and BMX facilities in Frankston.
Strategic Framework for Young People 2015-2019
A framework to facilitate health literacy and wellbeing as well as increase educational attainment for Young People.
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