Cranbrook, BC (April 8, 2016) – With the return of the warm weather, Public Works crews will have the majority of the public washrooms in City parks open and available beginning on Monday April 11th.
Those facilities set to be open for public use include: Rotary Park, Gyro Park, Lions View and Moir Centennial Athletic Park.
Washroom facilities at the Kinsmen Quad ball park will be open on April 25 and at the Elizabeth Lake Visitor’s Centre on May 20 – just ahead of the May long weekend.
Due to some issues with the water service connection, the washrooms at the Kinsmen Park green belt will open late in April once repairs are made.
City park washrooms are open to the public generally from mid-April until mid-October of each year; however that depends on the risk of freezing temperatures as none of the facilities are winterized for year round use. The new washroom facility currently being built in Rotary Park to replace the old building is to be constructed so it can be used year round. It is scheduled to operational in the spring of 2017.