Council Services

Due to the evolving situation surrounding COVID-19 and the announcements by Federal and State Government regarding public health and safety, the following Council services may be affected between 11.59pm Friday 12 February 2021 until 11.59pm Wednesday 17 February:

Services impacted

Maternal and Child Health Services

Council’s Maternal and Child Health services will be operating under guidance from DHHS in line with coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions. Standard length face to face consultations will return gradually, in line with advice from the Victorian Chief Health Officer.

  • If you have any questions please call 9784 1756 and request to speak to an MCH nurse

If you have an appointment scheduled and are unwell, we ask that you call 9784 1756 to reschedule your appointment.

Aged services

  • Assessments to access required in home support services by default will be completed via phone. If you require a face-to-face assessment, please discuss with our Assessment Intake Officer at time of booking
  • Planned Activity Group – Bus outings are suspended until further notice – other modes of social support are in place
  • Community Transport Bus -  suspended until further notice
  • In home services: Personal Care, Home Care and Unescorted Shopping services continue to be delivered with adjustments to support both Client and Staff safety at this time (Escorted Shopping and Respite Care suspended at this time)
  • Home Maintenance – Services running with requests attended to on a priority basis
  • Pot Luck Program cancelled until further notice
  • Recruitment for new Volunteers is currently on hold – any enquiries please contact Team Leader Positive Ageing 9784 1324

Youth Services

All face-to-face programs have been cancelled including:

  • Frankston Youth Service events
  • Drop In programs
  • Outreach
  • L2P Program
  • Recording Studio (FrEEZA)

If you have provided a payment for any activities, we will be in contact with you to reimburse your payment as soon as possible.


Cancelled. For further details regarding how the coronavirus has impacted your playgroup please contact your local playgroup.


For further information reading the opening times, please contact your kindergarten directly. 

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.

Services not impacted

At present, the following Frankston City Council services are operating as normal. However, the Victorian Government’s Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is the lead authority and Council takes all direction from this agency and the Chief Health Officer.


All sessions are now by appointment only.

To book an appointment for any immunisation session, phone MCH Central Booking: 9784 1756

Waste and Recycling 

Council's waste and recycling collection service continues, however household bin collection has commenced 30 minutes earlier than usual to allow our service provider to stagger start times of staff in order to exercise social distancing. 

To reduce manual handling of bins, it would be helpful to place your bin for collection in a spot that won’t be blocked by parked cars, such as your driveway and close to the kerbside so the arm of the truck can reach it easily.

Please continue to put your bins out the night before collection.

Frankston Regional Recycling and Recovery Centre - FRRRC

Open to the public. Click here for further details.

Treasure Chest:: Open

Street Sweeping Service

Council's Street Sweeping service is operating as normal. Please check back here for any future updates.


For further information reading the opening times, please contact your kindergarten directly.

Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels – continues to be delivered to eligible residents. Please contact our Intake Officer to enquire on 9784 1933

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.

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