Members of the Koroit community are being asked to get active online to have their say on the future of the town's main street.
Moyne Shire Council had planned extensive community consultation opportunities, which were to start today and carry through to Saturday.
These included a community workshop, a drop-in session at the Koroit Theatre and a town walk.
But the latest COVID lockdown in Victoria has meant council has cancelled all these activities.
The main way for the public to now study the draft streetscape plan and comment on it is at the Moyne Shire website.
Feedback from the public on the draft plan will be accepted until June 14.
The push for an upgraded streetscape in Commercial Road has been driven by the Koroit and District Progress Association.
Secretary of the association Renee Lane said while the unavailability for the public to have face-to-face contact with council staff and consultants behind the draft plan due to the latest COVID lockdown is not ideal, it was important feedback still came.
"This is absolutely the opportunity for the public to have their say on the future of the streetscape," Ms Lane said.
"It's a shame the lockdown has reduced the flow of information and the chance for people to ask questions, but the opportunity is still there online to have a say.
"The movement on the streetscape is very real now, it is not just talk. The association's voice has been heard by council on the streetscape and now we need the whole community to get on board and have their input."
The push for a revamped Koroit main street began in late 2019.
The Koroit and District Progress Association was formed on the back of these early discussions and Ms Lane said the patience and hard work of the group was starting to bear fruit.
"We haven't been sitting around twiddling our thumbs, a lot of time has been spent on looking at the big picture and getting this streetscape project right," she said.
"The council know how passionate we are about this and now is the community's chance to be part of this vision."