Please report any issues with public toilets by using the Report a problem with a public toilet form.
There are public and community toilets in a number of locations around the city and surrounding area:
- Armley – Leeds LS12 – on Theaker Lane off Town Street near Burnsall Multi Storey Flats
- Boston Spa – High Street, in the public car park by side of the library (open Sunday)
- Bramhope – Old Lane, in the public car park between the public house and school
- Bramley – Town Street near the bus station in the district shopping centre
- Garforth – Barleyhill Road in the public car park
- Headingley – Ash Road, Leeds LS6 – by the side of the Lounge Cinema building on the corner of Ash Road and North Lane
- Hyde Park – Leeds LS6 – by play areas and skate park on Woodhouse Moor corner of Hyde Park road and Woodhouse Lane (open Sunday)
- Otley – Nelson Street part of the library and visitor centre (open Sunday)
- Rothwell – in Marsh Street car park
- Wetherby – in The Shambles, Cross Street near the market place and Town hall (open Sunday)
The public toilets are cleaned by us at least once per day.
Please be aware that these facilities are locked overnight. Locking begins around 4pm with all toilets locked by 6.30pm. We aim to unlock all of the toilets by 10am. Actual time scales for opening and closing vary depending on the cleaning schedule and travel conditions between locations.
For information on disabled toilet facilities visit the Changing Places page.
RADAR – National Key Scheme
The National Key Scheme (NKS), previously known as the Royal Association for Disability Rights (RADAR) Scheme, was developed because some public toilets designed for disabled people had to be locked to prevent damage and misuse. This has been countered by the toilets being locked separately from other toilets. The scheme aims to provide disabled key holders with independent access to toilets and increases the likelihood of the facilities being in a usable state.
You can buy a key for £2 at any of our One Stop Centres and Community Hubs. In addition, Armley, Beeston, Crossgates, Gildersome and Holt Park libraries have keys that can be borrowed to use the disabled toilets whilst visiting the premises. No proof of disability is required to purchase or borrow a key.