Overview

Frankston City Council is the local government body responsible for setting the vision and strategic direction for the municipality of Frankston. The municipality is located about 40 kilometres south of Melbourne and covers an area of 131 square kilometres. The council employs approximately 610 people and is administered from its headquarters in Frankston. The city of Frankston has a population of approximately 135,000 people.

Frankston City Council is situated on the eastern shore of Port Philip Bay and includes the suburbs of Carrum Downs, Frankston, Frankston North, Frankston South, Karingal, Langwarrin, Sandhurst, Seaford and Skye.

The council provides the following services to the municipality of Frankston:

 

  • After Hours Emergency Service
  • Aged Services
  • Animal Services
  • Australian Citizenship
  • Building Services
  • Business Development
  • Children, Family and Youth Services
  • City Maintenance
  • Community News
  • Community Safety
  • Customer Service Outlets
  • Environmental Services
  • Frankston Cemetery Operation
  • Halls and Community Centres
  • Health Services
  • Local Law Services
  • Parks and Leisure Services
  • Rates and Valuation Services
  • Roads and Traffic Services
  • Social Strategy and Planning
  • Town Planning
  • Waste and Recycling

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