Public roads, footpaths and facilities across the Macedon Ranges are getting upgrades ahead of winter.

Macedon Ranges council is constructing new footpaths in Gisborne on Fisher Street, Wyralla Crescent and Mill Road; in New Gisborne on Barry Road; and in Kyneton on the Campaspe River Walk.

Footpaths throughout Malmsbury Botanic Gardens and along Urquhart and Forest streets in Woodend are also being upgraded.

Construction of new footpaths along White Avenue, Park Lane and Murphy Street in Romsey is scheduled to start this month.

Roadworks are under way at Hamilton, Brantome and Prince streets in Gisborne, at Three Chain Road in Newham and at Sidonia Road in Sidonia.

Council crews are undertaking drainage works at Devonshire Lane, Mount Macedon and Gardiner Reserve, Gisborne.

Gisborne library is undergoing refurbishment, including the removal of internal walls and the addition of a rear courtyard.

This project is a partnership between the council, Goldfields Library Corporation and the Victorian Government. The toilets at Kyneton Town Hall were upgraded in February.

The hot water services at Riddells Creek Recreation Reserve are being changed over to more environmentally beneficial alternatives and the entrance is being upgraded.

The kitchen at Bullengarook Pavillion is getting renewal works, and internal works at Gisborne Scout Hall are due to be finished by May.