To enable essential maintenance to take place, the Britten Centre multi-storey car park in Lowestoft will close for four weeks from Monday 17 October.
The closure will allow lighting repairs, drain clearance and deep cleaning to be carried out. The car park is scheduled to reopen on Monday 14 November.
Elsewhere in the district, Blyburgate car park in Beccles is currently closed for resurfacing, new line markings and the repair of bollards and traffic islands. Signage is in place and the car park is expected to reopen by Monday 24 October.
Cllr Norman Brooks, East Suffolk’s cabinet member for Transport said: “We apologise for any inconvenience these temporary closures may cause however they will allow our teams to carry out essential improvements and ensure these car parks remain available for residents and visitors coming into our town centres.”
In Lowestoft town centre, alternative car parks are available at Clapham Road, Alexandra Road, Battery Green and Whapload Road.
In Beccles, alternative parking is available at Newgate and Hungate.
As an alternative to using the car, residents are encouraged to consider walking, cycling or public transport.