Scene in Edmonds: Finishing touch on downtown restrooms


The City of Edmonds reports that informational panels have now been installed on the new downtown restrooms, the finishing touch for the long-awaited structure that was officially opened to the public in February.

According to Edmonds Development Director Patrick Doherty, the faux storefront windows on the restroom building’s 5th Avenue façade now contain information about the history of maritime transportation, arts and culture, and indigenous peoples in Edmonds.

One Reply to “Scene in Edmonds: Finishing touch on downtown restrooms”

  1. These are convenient but it would be nice if there were shelves or coat hooks inside. If one carries naything in with them, they have to set it on the floor and that is not very sanitary. My Wife also states that the Ladies Room is often out of TP and there are no back-up rolls.




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