Minneapolis adds 'all-gender' restrooms in city buildings
May 16, 2017
The city of Minneapolis will add “all-gender” restrooms to its buildings in a nod of support for the transgender community.
The $17,000 project will change signs and make security upgrades, such as new locks, at 62 gender-neutral restrooms at 44 city facilities, including department offices, fire and police stations, Public Works facilities and city-owned parking ramps over the next few weeks. The restrooms will be available for anyone to use, and separate men’s and women’s restrooms will continue to exist.