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Frankston City Libraries Counts On You


This February Frankston City Libraries invites you to tell us what you think.


Your local library is not only the place to get free access to a fabulous range of resources; libraries have evolved into community social spaces where people meet, collaborate, research, learn, share and relax.

Did you know that for 2016-2017 Frankston City Libraries counted:

  • 386,488 visits to the library branches and outreach locations
  • 331,508 visits to our online locations
  • 846,634 physical items borrowed
  • 39,087 digital items borrowed
  • 61,713 library members
  • 31,891 people attended library programs and events
  • 1,186 programs and events provided by the library.

This opportunity to have your say about the Frankston City Libraries helps provide valuable information for future development, and makes sure the library meets the needs of the community.

The survey will be available online via the Frankston City Libraries website, and also in paper format in our branches at Frankston, Carrum Downs, and Seaford. The survey runs from Thursday 1 February to Wednesday 28 February 2018.

Complete the survey and enter the draw to WIN a $50 book gift voucher.



Privacy notice:  Frankston City Council is collecting this survey information using SurveyMonkey. You may choose to complete the survey anonymously however please provide your name and contact details if you wish to be in the running for the prize. Your personal details will only be used to notify you if you are a prize winner. For further information about how your personal details will be handled, please see council’s privacy policy and SurveyMonkey’s privacy policy at

Last Updated:
Tuesday 30 January 2018
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