Coronado Commercial Public Restroom Partnership Program

The City is accepting applications for businesses willing to provide restroom facilities to the public in the commercial district. The City Council approved the Commercial Public Restroom Partnership Program at its June 16 meeting. The goal is to fulfill the continuing need for accessible public restrooms in the downtown area.

The City is accepting applications for businesses willing to provide restroom facilities to the public in the commercial district.

The City Council approved the Commercial Public Restroom Partnership Program at its June 16 meeting. The goal is to fulfill the continuing need for accessible public restrooms in the downtown area.

The program is modeled after two established in Santa Cruz and Palm Springs that allow for a partnership with downtown businesses to offer clean and safe public restrooms. In return for available public restrooms, businesses will receive an annual lump sum payment and a monthly maintenance subsidy based on the number of restroom stalls provided. Participating businesses will display a sign signaling an available public restroom and keep them open for an agreed-upon period of time. Restrooms must meet Americans with Disabilities Act standards.

To receive an application, contact Dominique Albrecht at dalbrecht@coronado.ca.us or by phone at (619) 522-7305.

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