The restrooms at the Oak Ridge Public Library will be renovated starting February 1.
The renovations are expected to be completed by June 1.
The renovations will result in increased accessibility under Americans with Disabilities Act, cleaner restrooms, and new fixtures, a press release said.
“However, this means that from February 1 until the project’s completion, the public restrooms at the library will be inaccessible to patrons,” the press release said. “Temporary restrooms will be on the premises for public use for the duration of the renovation project.”
Library patrons should expect noise and construction traffic during the project, the press release said.
“While it is an inconvenience for the restrooms to be unavailable, the new, ADA-accessible restrooms will offer improved services and user experience,” the release said.
For more information, visit ORPL.org or follow the library on Facebook and Twitter at @OakRidgePubLib.