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Public Toilets

Spriggs Park Pavilion lit up at night. Council provides and maintains public toilets throughout the city. A long-term programme continues to improve the standard of public toilets. New toilets are being built and existing toilets significantly upgraded.

Council aims to discourage graffiti and vandalism and mitigate their effects by repairing damage just as soon as practical. It also has murals painted on buildings that might otherwise be targeted for graffiti.

Public toilet service includes the cleaning and maintenance of the public toilets throughout the city. Additional toilets are maintained and operated by other Council business units at various facilities in Napier. Every public toilet is cleaned at least once a day and toilets in high use areas are cleaned three times a day during the peak season of summer.

Baby Change Facilities

  • Marine Parade (next to i-SITE Visitor Centre) 8.30am-5pm (7 days)
  • Clive Square Bus Stop 7am to 7pm
  • Anderson Park 8am-7pm (7 days)
  • Upper Dickens Street (7 days)
  • Marine Parade Playground (7 days)

Public Toilets Images

Spriggs Park Pavilion with lights Spriggs Park Pavilion opened to the public on Friday 18 December 2015.  Taradale Park toilet facilities   The Toilet facilities at Riverside Park.   The toilet facilities at Petane War Memorial Domain Playground.  Westshore Shower and Toilet block, with mural of waves.  Spriggs Park Toilet Block, with sea mural.  Marine Parade Toilet Block next to May & Peter Harris Playground.   Marine Parade Toilet Block, with kids mural. Ahuriri Inner Harbour Toilet Block, with sailing mural. Anderson Park toilet facilities.

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