Council is looking to meet with CBD businesses this month to discuss major roads works planned for Oxide Street in mid-March.
The road works would see Oxide Street gradually replaced from Crystal Street through to Wolfram Street over the course of 12 weeks.
The intersection at Sulphide and Blende streets will also be replaced as part of the works.
Council's Chief Operations Officer, Anthony Misagh, said the heavily-used portion of Oxide Street could become a safety concern if work isn't undertaken soon.
"We're aware there's been large cracks and potholes along that road for some time, and the situation is only going to get worse as time goes on," he said.
"This work will add another twenty years of life to the road, and also provide a quality new surface for residents and businesses in the area.
“The work will be completed in stages to try and minimise the disruption to parking and traffic, but closures to parts of Oxide Street throughout the project will unfortunately be unavoidable.
A community engagement session around the $1.1 million project will be held on February 27 in the Council Chambers, and all businesses situated near the proposed works are strongly encouraged to attend.
"This will be a chance for Council and our contractor, GBM Consulting Services, to sit down with business owners and outline the scope of works and indicate when and where various parts of the road will have to be closed," he said.
"It will also be a chance for them to tell us how they'll be impacted, and offer suggestions on how we can get the work done with minimum disruption."
The engagement session will be held in the Council Chambers on February 27 at 5.30pm.
Further details, schedules, and updates around the project will be publicised in the newspaper and on Council's Facebook in the coming weeks.
WHAT: Community Engagement Session on Oxide Street Reconstruction
WHEN: February 27, 5.30pm
WHERE: Council Chambers