MOTORISTS are advised that Main Street, Koondrook will be closed to traffic between Keene and Station Streets as part of Stage 2 of the town's central business district upgrade.
It is anticipated the road will be closed for up to 12 weeks to enable extensive road and stormwater works to occur.
"Improving the current state of roads through the Koondrook CBD will enhance the connectivity, reliability, safety and efficiency of the road network for the local community," Gannawarra mayor, Cr Lorraine Learmonth said.
"These works will link into a larger plan to connect the Koondrook Nature Based Tourism Hub to the township."
Residents and visitors to Koondrook are advised that the Tramway Place entrance road to the Koondrook boat ramp will be closed due to the works. Those wanting to access the ramp will need to travel via Keene Street and Gunbower Parade, adjacent to the Koondrook Caravan Park.
Arbuthnot Street will remain open during the works, with both Apex Park and the Koondrook Wharf unaffected.
It is anticipated the road will reopen to the public in May 2019.
"Council thanks the community for its patience as these works occur," Cr Learmonth said.
The Koondrook upgrade is being made possible with funding from Regional Roads Victoria program.