Visitors to Mary Stevens Park in Stourbridge have been advised there will be fewer car parking spaces available next month due to essential maintenance works to the offices within the park.
Approximately 10 car parking spaces, including two disabled bays, will be taken out of action for a period of around four weeks.
The spaces affected will be to the right of the front entrance as people enter the park.
The works are due to start on September 3 as council bosses have earmarked September to avoid the busy school holiday period.
Councillor Patrick Harley, leader of the council, said:
We have programmed this work to start in September as it coincides with the end of the school summer holidays.
With the children back at school, it is normally a less busy time at the park.
We believe the reduced capacity will still be sufficient to cope with the demand at that time of the year, although of course we apologise for any inconvenience caused while the works are ongoing.