The City of Kimberley has awarded a $272,836 contract for two accessible trailer restrooms.
The restrooms will be set up for people using Kimberley’s trail system as part of the electrify the mountains project.
City staff say the trailers will be hooked up with large battery packs for e-bike charging and a power supply for event support.
The trailers have one standard and one accessible washroom with a built-in suspension lowering system and a folding ramp to aid with accessibility.
Council approved a budget of $303,971 for electrify the mountains so the remaining $31,135 will be used for city identification on the trailers like logos and painting.
It’s being paid for through a tourism grant from the provincial government.
AMS Global Inc. was the lone bidder and was awarded the contract.