Council 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 scheduled immunisation sessions are continuing as normal. We strongly urge anyone due for a vaccination as part of the standard vaccination schedule to attend an upcoming session near you.

ONE upcoming session has been impacted by the closure of some of our community centres, see below:

Thursday 9 April 1–2pm
Frankston North Community Centre

MOVED TO: Mahogany Rise Child and Family Centre
2/25 Jenkens Street, Frankston North

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

FRRRC is operating as normal. Please check back here for any future updates.

Street Sweeping Service

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

Maternal and Child Health Services

Council’s Maternal and Child Health services will be operating at reduced capacity until further notice.


As per the state government announcement kindergartens will remain open until further notice. For further information reading the opening times, please contact your kindergarten directly.

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 2 April

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