Public restrooms at Murphy Park and in the Bank of America building were recently closed.
The city cited increased incidence of damage and growing health and safety concerns due to illegal activity as factors for the closure.
Despite the closure, the city plans to open Murphy Park restrooms during special events.
In a statement, officials said, “The city recognizes that public restrooms serve as an amenity, not only for residents and visitors but for the downtown merchants who do not have public restroom facilities for their customers.”
Residents and the public are now directed to use restrooms inside City Hall and inside the Velma Teague Library during normal operating hours.
“The Glendale Police Department will work to mitigate potential issues that may occur due to the displacement of those who were inappropriately using the facilities,” the statement continued.