Frankston City is ready for the future – but it needs your help.
Frankston City’s population is growing, but our infrastructure isn’t keeping up. In the lead up to the 2018 state and 2019 federal elections, Frankston City Council worked with the local community and key industry organisations for essential funding required to deliver priority projects that will meet the needs of our growing region. The projects include rail electrification, regional tennis facilities, Jubilee Park Indoor Stadium, a safe boat refuge and new Coast Guard facility and the continued revitalisation of Frankston’s city centre. These projects will create generational change in our community for years to come.
Following the state and federal elections, Council will be reviewing its Advocacy Strategy.
About Frankston City
With more than 135,000 residents, Frankston City stretches from Carrum Downs to Frankston South to Langwarrin. As part of our role, we work with community groups and local residents to advocate strongly for state and federal government funding for key projects.
To learn more about Frankston City, and see what else we’re working on, visit our main site at frankston.vic.gov.au