Project Manager for RJ McLeod, Steven Scott, said the project team believed that these proposed delivery routes will have the least impact on the Caol and Lochyside communities.
As well as protecting the community, the scheme will improve and increase footpath and cycling provision and will include landscaping, planting, seating areas and play facilities to enhance the Caol foreshore.
People have until November 30 to feed back their preferred options on the colour and pattern of the wall itself and any comments on the proposed landscaping.
The event was dreamed up by humanist celebrant and retired paramedic, Alyson Stewart, who felt she needed to do something to help younger residents focus on something fun.
Inside the cupboard is a selection of non- perishable foods, cleaning products, toiletries/female hygiene products, books and jigsaws.
The council hopes to start construction of the flood protection in 2019/20.
The Forestry Commission has confirmed it is investigating after an area of woodland at Lochyside was felled recently.