Newly refurbished public toilets are now open for business at Tea Tree Gully Library.
The $150,000 project involved a complete refit of all toilet facilities and the creation of a new parenting room, as part of Tea Tree Gully Council plans to provide quality facilities that meet accessibility requirements.
The new parenting room is expected to open at the library in about three weeks.
And there’s more to come, with new public toilets set to be installed at Jubilee Reserve (Wynn Vale) and Illyarrie Reserve (Surrey Downs) by November 2018, thanks to $150,000 State Government funding for each site.
In response to community demand, Council has already invested heavily in building and upgrading public toilets in 2017, including:
- $270,000 to install new public toilets, plus upgrade existing toilet facilities at Civic Park (Modbury)
- $165,000 (completed) to install new public toilets at Wynn Vale Dam and Valley View Reserve.
Public toilets are already available at a number of other Council facilities and reserves, including Ashley Avenue Reserve (Ridgehaven), Bentley Reserve and Heysen amenities building (both in Holden Hill), Balmoral Reserve (Dernancourt), Golden Fields Reserve (Golden Grove), Tilley Park Reserve (Surrey Downs) and Tea Tree Gully Memorial Reserve (Tea Tree Gully).