Cr Steve Toms

South Ward

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Councillor Steve Toms was elected to Frankston City Council in 2016 and represents the residents of the South Ward. In his first year at Council.

As a new voice on Council, Steve’s agenda is to advocate for lower Council rates and sustainable spending. 

Steve actively engages with local youth and promoting opportunities for our City’s next generation whilst also acknowledging the foundations set by past generations.

Steve is excited about the changing face of our City through major projects and capital investment in our City.  He is committed to the support of established small businesses and the promotion of start-up entrepreneurs. He believes that Frankston City has a vibrant business community and has vast opportunities for continued jobs and growth. 

He is a passionate environmentalist who is using his term to promote sustainable green practices such as solar power, recycled water and increased green infrastructure across our City.  He is an advocate for initiatives that improve the health and wellbeing of the bay, local parks, Kananook Creek, Seaford Wetlands and Frankston City’s natural reserves.

Over the past 20 years, Steve has been involved in local community groups, organisations and sporting clubs.  He has a background in politics, dental health care, administration and customer service.

He believes that we have a lot to be proud of as residents of Frankston City but that we can and will be better as we work together for a brighter future for our City.

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Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
Frankston 3199
P. 1300 322 322

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