Advocacy Campaign 2021-2025
As the level of government closest to the community, we are committed to doing everything we can to help Frankston City achieve its vision and aspirations as a vibrant place to live, work, study and enjoy now and into the future.
Council-led advocacy to state and federal governments is a vital tool for building awareness and support for matters that impact our city and to help secure the essential funding necessary to drive change and deliver on priorities that benefit our community.
Draft Advocacy Priorities
Throughout August 2020 and February 2021, we asked our community for their feedback and ideas on the issues that matter to them, how we can improved the challenges they face in their daily lives and their vision for the future of Frankston City.
The results have been used to determine key priorities requiring council-led advocacy in the lead up to the upcoming state and federal elections.
Investing in our Prosperity
- An innovation, business startup and education centre
- A new kindergarten for a growing community
- Improved public transport network
- Boosting local job opportunities
- Enhancing connectivity between people and places
- Revitalising Frankston City's precincts
Enhancing our environment and liveablity
- Advancing our recycled water capacity
- A district playground in Carrum Downs
- Improving our climate resilience
- Enhanced outdoor leisure experiences
- Sustainably providing and lighting our neighbourhoods
- Foreshore activation and revitalisation
Strengthening our community
- A bigger and better Pines Pool
- A district basketball and gymnastics facility
- Improved health and wellbeing outcomes
- Progress reconciliation and respect our local Aboriginal history
- Future-proofing our community spaces
- Affordable housing and reduction of homelessness
- Empowering harmonious families
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
P. 1300 322 322
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