The project is being financed by the Department for Transport Local Highways Maintenance Challenge Fund.
The vast majority of works are planned during the school holidays to minimise disruption, with five areas to undergo much needed resurfacing before they fall into disrepair.
Residents and businesses fronting the roads concerned are being kept fully informed by letter in advance of the works, while roadside information signs have been or will be visible prior to each set of works getting underway.
Councillor Steve Evans, Cabinet Member for City Environment, said: "It is important to stress that finance for these works will come from the Department for Transport Local Highways Maintenance Challenge Fund.
"I apologise in advance for any inconvenience the works may cause residents and businesses but carrying out these works now will make good these roads for many years to come and should prevent larger scale works in the future, which would have resulted in a much larger bill."
The Bushbury Lane/Elston Hall Lane/Kempthorne Avenue Island will be closed on successive Sundays - 31 July and 7 August - from 7am to 6pm. The diversion route will follow Bushbury Lane, Underhill Lane, Cannock Road, Stafford Street, Stafford Road, Three Tuns Lane, Elston Hall Lane and vice versa.
Bushbury Lane will be closed on weekdays between Elston Hall Lane and Fordhouse Road, from Monday 1 August to Friday 12 August during off peak hours from 9.30am to 3.30pm. The diversion route will follow Fordhouse Road, Elston Hall Lane and vice versa.
Bridgnorth Road will be closed between Wightwick Bank and The Holloway, from Monday 8 August to Friday 19 August during the off peak hours of 9.30am to 3.30pm. The diversion route will follow Bridgnorth Road, Jenny Walkers Lane, Wrottesley Park Road, Holyhead Road, Wergs Road, The Rock, Henwood Road and vice versa.
Church Street will be closed between Longford Road and Wolverhampton Road, from Wednesday 17 August to Sunday 28 August during the off peak hours of 9.30am to 3.30pm. The diversion route will follow Bushbury Road, Cannock Road, Stafford Street, Ring Road St Patricks, Wednesfield Road, Wolverhampton Road and vice versa.
Ring Road St Andrews will be closed in a clockwise direction between Chapel Ash Island and Waterloo Road, from 7pm to 6am on weeknights only, between Tuesday, 30 August and Wednesday 14 September. The diversion route will follow Chapel Ash Island, Ring Road St Marks, Penn Road Island, Ring Road St Johns, Ring Road St Georges, Bilston Street Island, Ring Road St Davids, Ring Road St Patricks and Ring Road St Peters.
- released: Friday 29 July, 2016