Park porta potties pretty perfect

Recently, six porta potties appeared at the entrance to Dolores Park, more than doubling the number of restroom options previously available.  The effect has been tremendous, with bathroom lines reduced dramatically, even during yesterday’s Hunky Jesus extravaganza.  And now dedicated boyfriends no longer have to prove their affection by waiting with their significant others in the girls line!

So, has the city finally figured it out? Are these now a semi-permanent fixture in the park until the long awaited Dolores renovation project constructs completely new ones?

If not, then they’re totally blowing it.  For now, enjoy the convenience and the cleanliness! Seriously, these are some of the cleanest porta potties in which I’ve ever set foot! And they smell nice too! Kind of like flowers! So much so that I exclaimed as much upon entering, and the woman using the one next to me agreed, “Isn’t it delightful?”

It sure is. Enjoy it while it lasts!

2 Responses to “Park porta potties pretty perfect”

  1. Carabini says:

    …Welcome to our site where we have collected recent news and resources for Porta Potties………. Sure enough when I asked about his foot the man a 24-year-old named Jon said I was running across the tops of some Porta Potties and my foot went between them. PORT TOWNSEND Masons were at work Tuesday behind the Cotton Building building a wall to create a courtyard while public restrooms which replace the unsightly line of Porta-Potties that have been situated on the north end of Water Street are now open …

  2. eric andersen says:

    The porta potties will indeed be a permanent fixture in Dolores Park during the busy dry season months. The six units will be in place, 7 days a week, until approximately November 15th. We will continue with an April to November schedule, funding permitting, until new bathrooms are constructed as part of the upcoming park renovation. The porta potties are serviced 7 days a week, so they are generally clean and sweet smelling.
    Eric Andersen
    Park Service Area 6 Manager
    San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department