Quality of life
Should the city have more permanent public washrooms?
The City is working on a citywide public washroom strategy which aims to develop more permanent public washrooms like the one on Whyte Avenue at Gateway Boulevard. Unstaffed facilities cost about $8,000 per month to maintain. A six-month pilot project to staff the Whyte Avenue washrooms cost about $20,000 per month. The city suggests that staffing public washrooms may improve safety and cleanliness.
A total of 67 candidates have responded to the survey. Here's how they answered this question:
a) Yes, we need more permanent public washrooms
Candidates that selected this response:
b) No, we have enough
Based on more than 16,000 responses received as of Oct. 14, here's how voters answered this question:
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