A centre is in line for a £240,000 upgrade that the “whole community can be proud of”.
The improvements will take place at the city’s Dyce Community Centre on Gordon Terrace.
Aberdeen City Council has applied for a building warrant to carry out the work.
The proposed work includes improving access for disabled residents with new ramps and toilets.
The majority of the funding has come from developer obligations – payments made by developers required to contribute community facilities.
Internal decorations and windows will also be replaced at the community centre.
Councillor John Wheeler, operational delivery convener at Aberdeen City Council, said the work would make the community centre inclusive for everyone.
He said: “We are delighted to be in the position to offer a much improved Dyce Community Centre with greater access, thanks to our funding and that of housing developers working on nearby developments.
“The latter – via developer obligation funding – will fully cover the costs of work to increase capacity in the centre by improving access with the inclusion of ramps and lifts and improving accessibility of toilets throughout.
“Aberdeen City Council is funding replacement of windows as part of ongoing condition and suitability work. The result will be an inclusive building that the whole community can be proud of.”
Planning officers have set a target decision date for the end of May.