Council Facilities and Public Spaces

Due to the evolving situation surrounding COVID-19 and the announcements by Federal and State Government regarding public health and safety, Council facilities and public spaces are affected:

Council Customer Service Centres

To keep our community, and our staff safe, our face-to-face Customer Service Centres will temporarily close from Monday 27 July, in line with current restrictions.

For further information on how our service is adapting with these closures, please click here.

Frankston Library

Frankston Ciy Libraries - Frankston, Carrum Downs and Seaford. Closed from 4pm 8 July until further notice.

Frankston Arts Centre

Closed to the public until further notice.

For further information please visit the Frankston Arts Centre website.

Frankston Visitor Information Centre

Closed to the public until further notice.

For further information and enquiries please visit the Frankston Visitor Information Centre website.

Frankston Regional Recycling and Recovery Centre (FRRRC)

Closed to the public (except for commercial customers) from 11:59pm Wednesday 5th August until the conclusion of stage 4 restrictions. If it is a commercial business that stage 4 restrictions allow to continue to operate, then they can utilise FRRRC. They will have to provide evidence.

The Treasure Chest Resale Shop

Closed to the public until further notice.

Ballam Park Homestead

Closed to the public until further notice.

Frankston Indigenous Nursery

Closed to the public until further notice.

Find out more.

Community Centres

Closed to the public until further notice.

Please contact your community centre for further details.

For any information about Maternal and Child Health services and Immunisation sessions at these centres please contact 9784 1756.

Community Halls

Closed to public until further notice. However can be used as a place for delivering essential services such as food bank services for the homeless, support services such as parent groups, youth groups, men’s behaviour change groups and Alcoholics Anonymous, provided they ensure appropriate physical distancing is in place by keeping at least 1.5 metres between people at all times.

Peninsula Aquatic and Recreation Centre (PARC)

Closed to the public until further notice. Please view all details via the PARC website here.

Frankston Memorial Park

A maximum of 10 person attendee information for families arranging and attending funeral services at this time. Learn more (374KB).

Frankston Park

Frankston Park is temporarily closed to the public due to ongoing issues with vagrancy and vandalism at the site.

Beaches and Waterfront

Open with stage 4 restrictions in force. Can be accessed for exercise only with no more than two people gathering including household members. Social distancing must be practiced.

Boat ramps and Piers

All public boat ramps, piers and jetties are closed to recreational boating and fishing activities until further notice.

Dog parks

Free roam dog parks that are enclosed, are closed until further notice.

Skate Parks

Closed to the public until further notice.
Any breaches or offending persons can be reported to Victoria Police by calling 131 444.

Playgrounds

Open. Please remember to maintain social distancing, wear a mask (except under 12 years old or medically exempt) and adhere to state government guidelines.

Any breaches or offending persons can be reported to Victoria Police by calling 131 444.

Busking Permit Application

As part of the changes to protect our community and in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Busking Permits will not be issued until further notice as well as current buskers are not allow to perform as per current government guidelines. Thank you for your understanding.

Further Information

If you suspect you may have the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), please call the dedicated hotline on 1800 675 398. Please keep Triple Zero (000) for emergencies only.  

Visit the Department of Human Health and Services website for the latest updates.

 

This page was last updated 15 September 2020.

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