The restrooms on the west side of Percival Landing near the Oyster House restaurant were closed in 2014 because of drug-related behavior and litter. The Olympia City Council approved a plan Tuesday to open a 24-hour restroom at this location with the entrance on the south side of the building (pictured). There are four single-occupancy restrooms in this secluded structure.
The restrooms on the west side of Percival Landing near the Oyster House restaurant were closed in 2014 because of drug-related behavior and litter. The Olympia City Council approved a plan Tuesday to open a 24-hour restroom at this location with the entrance on the south side of the building (pictured). There are four single-occupancy restrooms in this secluded structure. Andy Hobbs The Olympian
The restrooms on the west side of Percival Landing near the Oyster House restaurant were closed in 2014 because of drug-related behavior and litter. The Olympia City Council approved a plan Tuesday to open a 24-hour restroom at this location with the entrance on the south side of the building (pictured). There are four single-occupancy restrooms in this secluded structure. Andy Hobbs The Olympian

Olympia to reopen secluded Percival Landing public restroom

February 08, 2017 04:40 PM

UPDATED February 15, 2017 06:06 AM

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