The Mesa Public Library District will begin installing more than 1,500 public toilets and restrooms at its Phoenix campus this year.
Mesa Public Library President Ron Smith announced the plan Monday.
The district is spending $3.5 million on toilets and bathrooms at the new facilities, which will be built at the Mesa Center for Learning, Smith said.
He said the district will hire more than 100 people to manage the facilities.
Smith said the new public bathrooms and toilets are part of the district’s efforts to improve its facility.
The restrooms will be installed in the library’s new Center for Living, Learning, and Learning Arts and Learning, located in the northwest corner of the library.
The Center for living, learning, and learning is open to all children.
The district will install a new building next to the Center for learning, learning and learning Arts and learning.
Smith said the renovations will also help the district to improve the accessibility of the Center.
The district is also installing restrooms in the new library’s former auditorium and the auditorium annex.
The new bathrooms will be used by adults, the district said.
Mesa also plans to upgrade the restrooms at the library, which currently are made of old, deteriorating wood, Smith told the Phoenix New Times.
Mesa Public Library Superintendent David Hargrove said the restrooms will make it easier for the community to access libraries and help ensure that libraries are accessible to all.