Corrections Minister Elise Archer will visit Westbury over three days next month to meet with residents concerned about a proposed new prison just outside the village.
She said more than 1900 Meander Valley households and businesses had received, or would receive, letters of invitation to one-on-one consultation sessions with her.
"We have listened extensively to the Westbury community and thank the residents and business owners who have already put forward constructive and informative feedback," Ms Archer said.
"So far, this rigorous consultation in the Meander Valley has involved hearing directly from locals in an informal setting for direct consultation, as well as other visits and public meetings.
"It is important to remember that a final decision on the location of the new Northern Regional Prison has not yet been made."
She said the $270 million project would bring economic benefits to the region and provide hundreds of local jobs during the construction phase and 250 permanent jobs once the prison was fully operational.
Sessions are scheduled to be held on Sunday, December 8, from 1pm to 5pm and on Sunday, 15 December, from 1pm to 4pm.
A final session will be held on Monday, 16 December, from 10am to 12pm.
Westbury was one of 10 locations shortlisted as a proposed site for the new prison.
A Right to Information document released to Labor this month identified four other sites which were deemed inappropriate for a prison in Rocherlea, Latrobe and Wivenhoe.