Ratepayers within the municipality are represented by elected city councillors. In the 2005 elections, held on 26 November 2005, where the previous single-councillor ward system was replaced with three, multi-councillor wards. These wards are known as North-West Ward (covering mostly Seaford, Frankston North and parts of Frankston), South-West Ward (covering the southern parts of Frankston and Frankston South) and East Ward (covering Langwarrin and Carrum Downs). Voting is compulsory and conducted by postal ballot, and is based on a preferential voting system.
Elections were last held in November 2008, and councillors were elected for a four-year term.
- North-West Ward: Kristopher Bolam JP (Deputy Mayor), Glenn Aitken and Brad Hill
- East Ward: Sandra Mayer, David Asker and Colin Hampton
- South-West Ward: Christine Richards, Alistair Wardle and Brian Cunial (Mayor)
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