Motorists, residents and pedestrians are being warned of disruption in the Kingsmills Road area when roadworks take place at the end of the month.
The works on the road surface and footpath on the A525 Kingsmills Road and surrounding areas will begin from Sunday October 29th and are expected to take seven days.
Over the week the works will include the closure of the outbound lane of the A525 Kingsmills Road from its junction with Salisbury Road through to the junction with Albert Street. Drivers will be diverted via Salop Road, Eagles Meadow and Darby Road through to Kingsmills Road past the roadworks.
Pedestrian access and access for inbound traffic towards the town centre will be maintained at all times.
Monday the 30 October will see the closure of Salisbury Road from its junction with Bennions Road through to the A525. This closure will be in both directions.
Diversions will be in place via Salisbury Road, Chapel Street, Pen y Bryn and St Giles Link Road.
Access to properties located within the areas will be maintained at all times for traffic following the diversion routes.
Wrexham Counsil say it hopes to keep the disruption to those living in the area to a minimum and the works will not continue after 7.00pm each evening.
Cllr David A Bithell, lead member for the environment and transport, said: “This work is part of our improvement work leading into the Town Centre, there will be disruption to road users and those living in the area as these works are necessary to bring the roadway up to an acceptable standard.”