Frankston City Council is creating a community vision and is inviting residents and visitors to share their aspirations for Frankston’s future. Through a survey and online workshop, the council is asking those who live, work and play here what they value about the city and what they want it to be like in 2040.
“I understand this is an usually difficult and stressful time for so many of you and it might be hard to think about the future, but we have so much to look forward to,” said Frankston Mayor Sandra Mayer. “This vision will be created and owned by the community and will help council ensure its decisions are in line with your aspirations for our city.”
Once the initial consultation is complete, a panel of diverse community members will be established by an independent consultant and will meet in November to review the responses and further imagine and plan for the future of Frankston City. A draft Frankston City 2040 Community Vision will be presented for public consultation next March.
The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete and will close at 5pm on Friday, September 18.