Motorists have been warned to expect disruption when an Aylsham town centre road is closed for up to three weeks to allow a new footpath to be installed.
Penfold Street will be shut between the Pump and Market Place from June 1 to allow the new path to be built.
A spokesperson for Norfolk County Council, which is carrying out the work, said: “The need for the footway is for safety aspects.
“Currently pedestrians are having to walk along the carriageway, therefore a footway would provide a safer way of travelling down the road for pedestrians.”
The spokesperson added that the budget for the scheme was £26,000 and the works were planned to run from June 1-21.
The county council said the diversion route for motorists would be Norwich Road, Henry Page Road and Cawston Road.
A spokesperson for Aylsham Town Council urged residents to be patient and considerate and follow the signposted diversion route.