It's a case of “here we go again” in the Rockaways, as parts of the shoreline will again be closed for construction during the summer.

According to the New York City Parks Department, 10 to 15 blocks of beach — between Beach 116th and Beach 143rd streets — will be temporarily closed starting Memorial Day weekend as construction on the Atlantic Shorefront Resiliency Project continues.

The closures will be rolling, meaning over the course of the summer, the work zones, open beaches and beach access will shift as the work progresses, the Parks Department said.

More than 70 blocks of Rockaway Beach will be open to swimming seven days a week starting Memorial Day, NYC Parks added.

"Rockaway Beach is a vibrant, much-loved summertime destination for residents and tourists alike, and we're proud that this summer much of the beach will be open while this necessary resiliency work continues,” said NYC Parks Commissioner Sue Donoghue in a statement. 

The work is an effort to protect the Rockaway Peninsula from future storms and long-term erosion.

“The project consists of 14 new stone groin structures, the rehabilitation of five existing groins, the construction of a reinforced dune system, and sand renourishment on the Atlantic Ocean side of the Rockaway Peninsula,” NYC Parks said in a statement.

The $336-million project began in 2020 and is scheduled through 2026.

The entirety of the Rockaway boardwalk will remain open throughout the summer, according to the Parks Department.

Beachgoers looking for updated project information and ongoing service changes can visit the NYC Parks dedicated webpage.

More specifics on the closures are expected ahead of the Memorial Day opening.