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Park restrooms costing the city $207,481 each

Two pre-manufactured restroom buildings - one for Smyrna Park and one for Whitmore Park - were approved April 27 by the Ceres City Council for purchase at $207,481 per copy.
The cost comes to $392 per square foot but they are promised to have a 50-year lifespan. They will have exteriors with stone veneer and wood paneled siding.

Public Restroom Company of Minden, Nev., will supply the restrooms.

The men's side will feature two urinals, two stalls and two sinks while the women's side will have four stalls and two sinks.

The current block restrooms at both parks will be kept for storage purposes.