We provide public toilet blocks throughout the District. The majority are provided with unisex disabled toilets, accessed by RADAR key, and a large number of the toilet blocks also have baby changing facilities.
Residents are advised that, following consultation with Louth Police, the Baby Change unit at Louth Bus Station has been temporarily closed after repeated incidents of anti-social behaviour.
You can view the Locations and Opening Times of our Public Toilets using our Interactive Map.
The RADAR Access System fitted to the disabled toilets is a national scheme. Keys to these facilities are available from our Community Access Points and Tourist Information Centres free of charge to disabled residents of East Lindsey.
If you're a visitor to the area you can purchase a key for £4.00 from the above outlets. Alternatively it may be possible to obtain a key from your local council or from one of the organisations for the disabled.
Privately run public toilets are not covered by our cleansing and maintenance service and responsibility rests with the owner.