Draft Towards Zero Emissions Plan
Frankston City Council has drafted its Towards Zero Emissions Plan (2019-2023) to help Council and our community avoid and reduce greenhouse gas emissions and their impact on climate change.
The draft Towards Zero Emissions Plan is now available for public feedback and Council is encouraging the community to have their say.
Feedback received will be considered by Council in the adoption of the Plan.
This feedback is important as it will shape Council’s future energy and greenhouse reduction priorities, as well as services for the community to reduce emissions.
The draft Towards Zero Emissions Plan is available to download and read here:
Hard copies of the draft Plan are also available to view at any Council Customer Service Centre.
Closing date for feedback
Monday 3 December 2018
How to submit feedback
- Complete the online feedback form (10 short questions)
- Pop in to one of Council’s two local listening posts at the Frankston Library on Thursday 8 November from 10:30am to 12pm or the Carrum Downs Library on Wednesday 28 November from 3:30pm to 5pm to learn more about the Plan and provide your ideas and feedback to Council officers working in this area
- Or you can email your written submission to firstname.lastname@example.org
Feedback received will be considered by Council and will help to inform the development of Council’s new Plan.
Council is seeking public feedback on its Towards Zero Emissions Plan. If you are submitting a written response to Council, your feedback comments and organisation names (where relevant) may be included in public reports on Council’s website, however individuals will not be identified. Your personal information will not be used or shared for any other purposes except with your consent or as authorised by law. For further information about how Council handles personal information, or to request access to your information, see frankston.vic.gov.au or contact Council’s privacy officer on 1300 322 322.