Kananook Creek Reserve viewing platforms
Creeks play an important role in enhancing the amenity and lifestyle of Frankston City and are integral to the surrounding coastal environment, with flora helping to reduce the impacts of climate change. Kananook Creek, running through Seaford and our city centre, is a key natural feature that Council is committed to preserving and enhancing.
Council is seeking community feedback on its proposal to install a new viewing platform along the Kananook Creek Walking Trail between the Allawah Avenue and Fiocchi Avenue footbridges in Frankston and another deck in small section of the Kananook Creek Reserve at Riviera Street in Seaford.
For more detail about the project, see the Project Information Sheet under related documents.
In addition, we are providing a number of ways for residents and businesses to provide feedback, see below.
How can I provide feedback?
All feedback must be received no later than 4pm, Friday 7 February.
Deliver your submission to one of our Customer Service Centres, addressed: 'Attention: Coordinator Open Space'
Post your submission to:
Coordinator Open Space
Frankston City Council
PO Box 490, Frankston VIC 3199
Using the subject line ‘Kananook Creek Reserve, viewing deck’
Email your submission to: email@example.com
Call us on: 1300 322 322 to request a hard copy survey delivered to your email or postal address.
Frankston City Council is committed to protecting your privacy. Please note that for this consultation, full copies of all submissions received must be reported to a Council meeting and may be made publically available on Council’s website. Any information you provide with your submission will be used for the purpose of analysing and reporting on Kananook Creek Reserve, Riviera Street, Seaford – Viewing Deck. Your personal information will only be used and disclosed as authorised by law. For further information about how Council handles personal information, or to request access to your personal information, see www.frankston.vic.gov.au or contact Council’s privacy officer on 1300 322 322.
Phone 1300 322 322 to discuss the project further with Jeremy Starr, the Coordinator Open Space.
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street, Frankston 3199
Phone: 1300 322 322