Perth and Kinross Council currently operate 14 public toilets throughout the area. They are a mix of unattended facilities, located mainly in smaller settlements and parks which are free to use; and attended facilities which are situated in larger towns, where a 30 pence admission charge is made.
Regular visitors of the attended facilities who have a medical condition - that means they have to go to the toilet more often than if they did not have that condition - can apply for a Public Toilet Access Pass, which allows them the use the attended facilities free of charge. Contact the the Customer Service Centre on 01738 476476 to apply.
If you require a RADAR key for our disabled toilets, please contact the Customer Service Centre on 01738 476476. For more information, visit the RADAR website.
Report an issue with a public toilet
You can report an issue with a public toilet online or telephone the Customer Service Centre on 01738 476476.
You can also use this form to join the comfort scheme or submit an enquiry relating to the location of a public toilet.
The Council also offer a number of free to use public toilets through partnerships with local service providers such as hotels, pubs and public buildings. This service is known as the Perth and Kinross Comfort Scheme. These facilities are available for public use at no cost, regardless of whether or not they are a customer.