Apply for a parks crossing permit

You may need a permit to access a residential or commercial property through parks, reserves or links managed by Council. This may include:

  • landscaping
  • installing a pool
  • installing a fence.

We prefer you submit your application online. If you're unable to apply online, you can apply via email, mail or in person.

Email

Step 1.Prepare your application

Your application must include:

  • your contact details
  • property address
  • details of proposed works
  • details of Council asset/s to be crossed
  • a copy of approved building or planning permits.

Step 2.Download the application form

Download and complete the Parks Crossing Permit application(PDF, 303KB)  form.

Step 3.Submit your application

Send your completed form and supporting documents to:

info@frankston.vic.gov.au

Step 4.What happens next?

We will contact you to pay the fee.

We will process your application within 14 business days. Building work must not commence until your permit has been issued. 

The permit must be displayed on site at all times during the project. 

A Council officer will conduct a site inspection before and after works. You will need to notify us when works are complete so that a Council Officer can inspect the site to ensure reinstatement works are completed to a satisfactory standard.

Your permit is valid for 12 months from the date of issue.

Mail

Step 1.Prepare your application

Your application must include:

  • your contact details
  • property address
  • details of proposed works
  • details of Council asset/s to be crossed
  • a copy of approved building or planning permits.

Step 2.Download the application form

Download and complete the Parks Crossing Permit application(PDF, 303KB)  form.

Step 3.Submit your application

Send your completed form and supporting documents to:

Frankston City Council
PO Box 490
Frankston 3199
 

Step 4.What happens next?

We will contact you to pay the fee.

We will process your application within 14 business days. Building work must not commence until your permit has been issued. 

The permit must be displayed on site at all times during the project. 

A Council officer will conduct a site inspection before and after works. You will need to notify us when works are complete so that a Council Officer can inspect the site to ensure reinstatement works are completed to a satisfactory standard.

Your permit is valid for 12 months from the date of issue.

In person

Step 1.Prepare your application

Your application must include:

  • your contact details
  • property address
  • details of proposed works
  • details of Council asset/s to be crossed
  • a copy of approved building or planning permits.

Step 2.Download the application form

Download and complete the Parks Crossing Permit application(PDF, 303KB)  form.

Step 3.Submit your application

Visit one of our Customer Service Centres to submit your application.

Step 4.What happens next?

We will contact you to pay the fee.

We will process your application within 14 business days. Building work must not commence until your permit has been issued. 

The permit must be displayed on site at all times during the project. 

A Council officer will conduct a site inspection before and after works. You will need to notify us when works are complete so that a Council Officer can inspect the site to ensure reinstatement works are completed to a satisfactory standard.

Your permit is valid for 12 months from the date of issue.