Patching and resurfacing will be carried out on a number of Grantham roads starting this week.
As part of a rolling schedule, a series of roads will be closed for one or two days each for the repairs, which, weather permitting, will be completed by October 27.
They’re part of an ongoing county-wide resurfacing programme lasting 15 weeks, funded by the Department of Transport.
Area Highways Manager Mark Heaton said: “These works will improve the surface of the road, extending its life for many years. It’s possible there may be some disruption to traffic, but this will only be for a short period of time and residents and pedestrians will still have access wherever possible.
“We’d thank you for your patience while this resurfacing is completed.”
The schedule for the repairs is as follows:
October 11: Old Wharf Rd will be closed, with access for pedestrians and emergency vehicles only.
October 14: St Helens Close will be closed and access to properties may be temporarily disrupted.
October 15 Welham Street, north and south will be closed and two-way traffic lights will be in place on Avenue Road.
October 16: Larch Close will be closed and access to properties may be temporarily disrupted.
October 17-21: High Street Ropsley will be closed and access to properties may be temporarily disrupted.
October 27: The Avenue will be closed for one day.
For more information about these road works visit www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/roadworks or follow @LincsCC_roads on Twitter.