Outdoor public washrooms: open 12 to 8 p.m. (Larry Olexiuk Field/Riel Recreation Park, Lions, Kingswood and Lacombe Lake Parks) and will be cleaned twice daily. Residents are asked to follow all face covering, physical distancing and hand hygiene requirements.
For latest updates on park washrooms see What's Happening FAQ.
Permanent washrooms are open to the public during park hours from 5 a.m. - 11 p.m., as identified in the Parks Bylaw. These facilities are located at:
- Kingswood Park
- Lacombe Lake Park
- Lions Park
- Larry Olexiuk Field - Riel Recreation Park (seasonal)
- Woodlands Water Play Park presented by RE/MAX (open seasonally from Victoria Day weekend to Labor Day weekend and subject to play park operating hours).
Portable toilets are available at various locations in St. Albert from May 1 - September 30. Please see the map below for locations and the FAQs for more information.
When are the portable toilets going to be available?
Portable toilets will be located at each site from May 1 until September 30. The units will be open to the public during park hours from 5 a.m. - 11 p.m., as identified in the Parks Bylaw.
When will the portable toilets be serviced or emptied?
All locations will be serviced and emptied at least once per week with some units being serviced more often, depending on the usage.
Who is responsible for the portable toilets?
The City contracts a company to place the portable toilets at each location and to service the units. The City does not own the portable toilets (except the two at Rotary Park). Public Works manages the contract.
How were the locations chosen for the portable toilets?
Portable toilets are placed in high traffic parks around the City of St. Albert. Most locations have sports fields close by that require the use of the units on a regular basis.
Why are the portable toilets still out during the slower summer months when there are no children playing sports?
The portable toilets are available for all park users during the spring and summer months. Servicing is reduced in the slower summer months and some locations will go down to only two units during this time.
How do I request a portable toilet at a new location?
We are constantly taking feedback and suggestions, which can be shared to email@example.com.
- For questions that could not be answered with the information above, please contact Recreation and Parks at 780-418-6063 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- For questions regarding site-specific locations, servicing, units being tipped or vandalized, or maintenance of the units, please call Public Works at 780-459-1557.
Last edited: September 21, 2020