For those of you that can't find somewhere to go when you have to go, will find this as good news. There are new restrooms.

People have been asking for access to more restrooms in the area do to the beach area. Residents were raising their voices too.

The City of Duluth, officials from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and the Minnesota Lake Superior Coastal Program and community members celebrated the long awaited addition of new public restrooms at the Lafayette Community Center (3026 Minnesota Ave) on Thursday, May 24th. .

The facilities located adjacent to the Lafayette Community Center were recently constructed and are accessible for members of the public visiting the beach. These new restrooms will be open to accommodate the public during hours when the Community Center is closed.

According to a recent press release the new bathrooms were funded with a $100,000 grant from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and the Minnesota Lake Superior Coastal Program. The paved trail leading up to the Community Center from the parking lot was also improved creating a smoother safer surface for the public.