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Information about where the public toilets are, how often are they cleaned, reporting a problem and getting a RADAR key for the disabled toilets.
Where are the public toilets in the East Riding of Yorkshire?
There are 34 public toilets in the East Riding of Yorkshire managed by the council.
To find one, please use the East Riding public toilet finder.
If you are travelling around and wish to locate publicly-available toilets further afield you can use the following website:
The map shows toilets across Britain that the public can use. This includes those in shops, cafes etc if they choose to let non-customers use their loo, such as those in Community Toilet Schemes. Toilets are included that are for customer use only. The data comes from councils, businesses, the OpenStreetMap project and you!
How often are the public toilets cleaned?
All the council's public toilets are cleaned at least once a day, and they will be cleaned more often than that in busy areas and times such as the holiday season.
How do I get a RADAR Key for the disabled toilets?
Throughout the East Riding, and the UK, many public accessible toilets (also referred to as disabled toilets) are fitted with a RADAR lock. To access these toilets you need a special key. You can learn more about RADAR keys and where to get them on our dedicated adult social care website - Your Life, Your Way.
What are Changing Places Toilets?
Changing Places Toilets are fully accessible toilets that have been designed for people who are not able to use the toilet independently. This includes people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, or with physical difficulties, such as spinal injuries, muscular dystrophy and multiple sclerosis.