Tony Madunich 509.363.5458
Thursday, August 28, 2014 at 2:07 p.m.
Restrooms in most City of Spokane parks will close for the season on Tuesday, September 2, the day after Labor Day.
Due to budget limitations, the annual restroom season runs from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
This closure includes all parks EXCEPT Riverfront Park, Manito Park, the SE Sports Complex and the Dwight Merkel Sports Complex.
Please Note: Through the end of October, portable toilets will be placed at the more popular locations such as Mission Park, Audubon Park, Comstock Park and Franklin Park.
About Parks and Recreation
City of Spokane Parks and Recreation is responsible for the professional management and prudent caretaking of more than 4,100 acres of developed parks and conservation land. The Golf Division maintains and operates four championship municipal golf courses, including Indian Canyon, Downriver, Esmeralda and the Creek at Qualchan. Park Operations has responsibility for the maintenance of all park land and park facilities in the City of Spokane including Riverfront Park, Manito Park, Gaiser Conservatory, the many city-wide gardens, and Finch Arboretum. Urban Forestry staff manages 50,000 street trees and another 28,000 trees on developed park land within the City of Spokane. The Recreation/Entertainment Division offers classes, special events, athletic leagues and activities for youth, teens, adults, seniors and persons with physical and mental disabilities. It also operates Riverfront Park attractions, activities and events, and provides recreational support for community centers, senior centers, the Northeast Youth Center, Corbin Art Center and six outdoor Aquatics Centers. For more information, visit spokaneparks.org, like us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter.