Volunteers and councillors have distributed 5,000 leaflets in protest at the closure of counter services at Great Harwood police station.
Ward councillors Gareth Molineux and Ciaran Wells have been hitting the streets for the last few weeks in a bid to get residents to write to Lancashire Constabulary about plans to remove counter staff at the station on Hesketh Street.
Constabulary chiefs say the planned closures are based on footfall and the need to achieve budget cuts.
A team of back-room staff will still be based inside the station.
But Coun Molineux said keeping the counter open will help to reassure residents of a police presence in the area.
He said: "The residents of Great Harwood are reassured to know they can go and speak to someone face-to-face and report their concerns without the need to make phone calls, emails or home visits by the police which may be impersonal or unsuitable.
"The scenes over the last few days have highlighted how important it is to have a local police force that is able to act quickly and effectively."
Earlier this summer the constabulary announced plans to close 13 stations across the county and a further six front desks as they seek to make up to £1m in savings and £4m in disposal income.
The Labour councillor said: "The front desks are an important part in local policing, as the home secretary herself said. The way we police Britain is through consent of communities. By removing avenues into the community these cuts are going to make an already strained police force vulnerable to criticism, when in reality they want to serve our communities to the best of their ability.
"We should be investing in the police force not cutting it."
A consultation period on the proposals began in July.
Members of the public are being asked to post their views on a discussion board on the constabulary’s Facebook page www.facebook. com/lancspolice. Comments can be emailed to consultation@lancashire. pnn.police.uk. A telephone survey will also be carried out in the coming months.