Learn about our Pit Stop program, which provides clean and safe public toilets, sinks, used needle receptacles and dog waste stations in San Francisco's most impacted neighborhoods.
Street furniture, such as JC Decaux kiosks, are a vital part of our sidewalk environment. The kiosks can be re-purposed by non-profit agencies and will encourage economic development in our commercial districts. Re-purposing kiosks are one of many ways to activate the space in the public right of way under the SF Better Streets Plan.
To report a public toilet concern, please call 311 or submit a service request.
The Automatic Public Toilet Program was developed because of a growing civic concern about the lack of sufficient public toilet facilities in the City. The toilets automatically clean themselves after each use, and are fully accessible to people with disabilities. This program is operated at no cost to the City. In exchange for the toilets, the City allows the contractor to install public service/advertising kiosks and newspaper kiosk stands on City sidewalks. There are currently 70 kiosks located throughout San Francisco generating revenue to support this program.
There are 25 self-cleaning public toilets operating through this program that are accessible for people with disabilities. Below is the list of locations:
For additional information contact us at:
Street Use and Mapping
1155 Market Street, 3rd Floor (Map)
San Francisco, CA 94103
There are also public toilets in parks and playgrounds, click here for Public Toilets sorted by Zip Code (PDF) or click here for Public Toilets sorted by Supervisory District (PDF). Click here for Newspaper Kiosk Stands sorted by address and cross street.
San Francisco Public Works
City Hall, Room 348
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
San Francisco, CA 94102