Dundee International Sport Complex will close for two weeks in July for “essential maintenance”.
The Leisure and Culture Dundee (LCD) sports centre, better known as DISC, on Mains Loan will shut completely between July 4 and July 18.
It means locals will not be able to access the gym, cycling studio, sports hall or outdoor pitches while the maintenance is carried out.
It is understood sports groups are being offered space at alternative locations in the city.
A Dundee City Council spokesman said planned work included a replacement of the building management system.
He explained: “The council is carrying out planned essential maintenance work to replace the building management system at DISC.”
The council says the closure dates were chosen to coincide with the start of the school holidays to minimise disruption to pupils and staff at Morgan Academy, who use DISC for their PE activities.
It comes amid ongoing uncertainty over repair works at the Olympia swimming pools.
Defects and corrosion in the pool hall forced the facility to close in October last year, with multi-million pound repair works still to be carried out.