A £400,000 scheme to resurface two main roads in Kendal is due to start next month.
Cumbria County Council will be carrying out maintenance on the A6 and A684 from Monday, April 12.
The work is scheduled to take place in three phases.
The A6 Milnthorpe Road, between Kent Park Avenue and Romney Road, will be resurfaced from Monday April 12.
The work will be carried out during the evening using two-way temporary traffic lights.
Work will last up to two weeks.
The A684 Sedbergh Road will be closed between Rusland Park and Castle Road on Monday April 26 for three nights for resurfacing work.
Later that week, scheduled to take place on Thursday April 29 and Friday April 30, the top section of Castle Road will also be closed for resurfacing, between Castle Walk and the A684.
The A684 Ann Street, between Gandy Street and the A6 Longpool, will be closed for resurfacing on Tuesday May 4 and Wednesday May 5.
All the work will take place at night.
Sections of the A684 (Sedbergh Road and Ann Street) will be closed from 6.30pm to around 1am.
A signed diversion will be in place and access will be maintained for pedestrians.
The work have been timed to take place before the expected further easing of lockdown restrictions from May 17, the council said.
Keith Little, Cumbria County Council cabinet member for highways and transport, said: “This essential maintenance work will replace worn-out sections of road with a new, hard-wearing surface, making journeys smoother and safer for drivers.
“These are key roads in Kendal so we have arranged for the resurfacing works to take place in the evening, outside peak hours, to minimise disruption to road users.”