Wold Street and Langton Road in Norton are to benefit from an essential programme of patching and resurfacing.
North Yorkshire County Council highways team will carry out the work from Monday, March 29, for six working days between 9.30am to 3.30pm.
“This essential resurfacing is very welcome on these two roads which have suffered over recent years from various utility works,” said County Councillor Don Mackenzie, Executive Member for Access.
“The scheme will benefit all road users and ensure the routes are in a good condition. I would like to thank the public in advance for their patience and cooperation during the scheme.”
Both roads will be closed during the working hours which will restrict vehicle access and on-street parking.
Advance warning signs will be in place and there will be a signed diversion during the road closure period.
Cllr Mackenzie added: “Unfortunately these essential works will cause delays and a level of disruption for which we apologise, but we hope those who regularly use this route will appreciate the difference the repairs will make.
“Resurfacing is weather dependant so we will keep the public updated of any changes to the schedule.”
Operatives working on site will be observing all Government guidelines on safe social distancing.