According to the 2000 US Census, the Town of Collierville was home to around 31,872 residents – much different than the estimated 50,000 residents today. Facilities built in the late nineties, like the Town Square public restrooms, simply cannot efficiently accommodate the Town’s growing population.
Starting on March 10, 2017, the twenty-year-old Town Square restrooms will be out of service until the new facilities are built. During the demolition process, parts of the existing restrooms, including exterior lighting, ceiling fans, etc., will be repurposed in other park facilities. While the construction project will be an inconvenience to Square visitors, the end result will provide improved functionality for restroom services and better utilization of the overall space.