The restroom upgrade at Paso Robles’ Pioneer Park is now complete, according the city.
In January, Paso Robles-based C3 Construction& Development Inc. secured a roughly $49,500 contract with the city to fix the restrooms, which had deteriorated since volunteers built them in the 1970s.
The work included new fixtures and plumbing for the toilets, sinks, soap dispensers and hand dryers. Fresh paint, disabled access improvements and a new roof were also added.
The public park is on the city's west side off Riverside Avenue and includes the city's skate park, a baseball diamond, a children's playground, a large grass picnic area and the nonprofit Pioneer Museum.
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