Coronavirus Support Services
The City and County of Denver is working with stakeholder groups in Central Denver to address a growing need for publicly-accessible restrooms and to evaluate options for providing restrooms in high-use, high traffic locations. Accessible public restrooms can benefit public health and the environment, and can even enhance people’s mobility options.
Denver is taking a three-tiered approach as part of its public restroom pilot initiative:
This report provides a historical background of the program as well as suggestions for future, permanent public restroom facilities.
City and County Building
RTD Union Station
Downtown — 21st Street between Stout and California
Downtown — 21st Street at Market Street
Commons Park: 2101 15th Street
Cuernavaca: 3500 Rockmont Drive
Curtis Park: 1021 30th Street
Skate Park: 2205 19th Street
Fishback: 818 Water Street
Sonny Lawson: 2359 California Street
Benedict Fountain: 401 E. 20th Avenue
Lincoln/La Alma Park: 1325 W. 11th Avenue