Event Application Forms
When is a Frankston City Council Event Permit required?
An Event Permit issued from Frankston City Council is permitted when you are hosting or running an event in a public space on Council owned/managed land within the municipality. This includes, but not limited to parks, reserves, foreshores, car parks, streets, nature strips etc.
Event Fees and Charges
Fee and charges are listed on the application forms.
Over 500 participants and/or spectators
If you are running a major event please ensure you have read all of the information available on risk and safety management, food and beverage and signs, noise and neighbours. Also found through the below links are useful templates for community use.
Major Events Application Forms
To complete an application for a major event, contact the Major Event unit at Frankston City Council:
By Mail: PO Box 490, Frankston 3199
By Phone: 1300 322 322
By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Major Events Application Fees
Under 500 participants and/or spectators
Use of Drones or RPAs at your event
If you are considering using a drone or a remotely piloted aircraft at your event, please download the attached Drone Guidelines, which also includes links to Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) rules, regulations and requirements website.
Request the Mayor and Councillors to attend your Event
Advertise your event with Council
If you would like to be included in the What’s On calendar on our website, please add your event details via the link below:
Wedding Ceremonies including using Foreshores and Reserves
Filming and Photography
Visit the Filming and Photography pages for full details
Outdoor Dining Smoking Bans
The state government’s introduction of smoking bans on Tuesday 1 August 2017 for all outdoor dining areas will affect event and market organisers, whose events offer outdoor dining or food preparation.
The easiest way for event organisers to comply with the new smoking laws is to ban smoking, or establish a 10-metre buffer zone between all designated smoking and food service areas.
A failure to comply with the new laws may put event and market organisers at risk of a fine.
More information can be found at health.vic.gov.au.
Otherwise, ask to speak to one of Council’s Environmental Health Officers, who can offer further advice and assistance about how to comply with the new legislation.
Once your form is complete please submit to details found on the top of the form.
If you have any questions in regard to this process or generic event assistance and advice, please contact the Major Event unit at Frankston City Council.
Frankston City Council
PO Box 490
P. 1300 322 322
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