The Dorset Council will discuss foreshore works at Bridport at its meeting on Monday evening.
A notice of motion will be put forward by Councillor Leonie Stein. The motion asks the council to continue works to the beginning of the industrial precinct at the Brid River Bridge.
Cr Stein said, in the agenda, that councillors had received "significant" positive feedback from the community and long-time visitors about the first stage of the works.
Vegetation maintenance works started a number of weeks ago.
"There has been considerable community concern over the fire risk that the foreshore poses which is one of the reasons the Western Access Road was constructed," Cr Stein said.
"The foreshore has had no maintenance conducted for several decades and has resulted in the foreshore becoming an unacceptable fire risk and an eyesore on our beautiful coastal outlook."
Cr Stein said the council's management should be congratulated for taking the initiative to commence the "long overdue" maintenance.
"It is important that as councillors we support the management decision and the overwhelming wishes of the community," she said.
An online petition asking if people supported the continuation of works was started, and has received more than 700 signatures.
Crown Land Services were issued with a fire abatement notice to remove dead and fallen vegetation on the Bridport Foreshore in November last year.
The council said a response was received in December, with minor works carried out by Parks and Wildlife Services in mid December.
The meeting will be held at the Ledgerwood Hall on Monday at 6pm.