We provide a number of public toilets throughout the Falkirk Council area. These include staffed toilet blocks and Automatic Public Conveniences (APCs).

Frequently asked questions

  1. Where is the nearest public toilet?
  2. What is an Automatic Public Convenience (APC)?
  3. What is a RADAR key?
  4. Where can I get a RADAR key?
  5. How much does a RADAR key cost?
  6. What happens if I lose my RADAR key?
  7. Where should I direct queries or complaints regarding a public toilet?

Where is the nearest public toilet?

Please see the table below for the locations and opening times of toilet facilities in the Falkirk Council area.

Town Street Opening Times Disabled Access Staffed APC

Blackness

The Square

Monday - Saturday:
9:00am - 5:00pm

Yes

No

No

Bo’ness

East Pier Street Bus Station

24 Hour (APC)

No

No

Yes

Bo’ness

Provost Road

24 Hour (APC)

No

No

Yes

Bo’ness

Register Street

Monday - Saturday:
9:00am - 5:00pm 

Yes, 24 hour access with RADAR key

Yes

No

Bonnybridge

High Street

24 Hour (APC)

Yes

No

Yes

Camelon

Main Street

24 Hour (APC)

No

No

Yes

Camelon

The Hedges

24 Hour (RADAR access only)

Yes, 24 hour access with RADAR key

No

No

Denny

Stirling Street

24 Hour (APC)

No

No

Yes

Denny

Church Walk

Monday - Saturday:
9:00am - 5:00pm

Yes, 24 hour access with RADAR key

Yes

No

Falkirk

Glebe Street

Monday - Saturday:
9:00am - 5:30pm

Yes, 24 hour access with RADAR key

Yes

No

Falkirk

Callendar Riggs Bus Station

24 Hour (APC)

No

No

Yes

Grangemouth

Charlotte Dundas Court

24 Hour (APC)

No

No

Yes

Grangemouth

York Lane

Monday - Saturday:
9:00am - 5:00pm
 

Yes, 24 hour access with RADAR key

Yes

No

Grangemouth

Union Road

24 Hour (APC)

No

No

Yes

Polmont

Main Street

24 Hour (APC)

No

No

Yes


What is an Automatic Public Convenience (APC)?

These are self cleaning contained toilet units. It currently costs 20 pence to access these facilities. They are free to use if you require disabled access and have a RADAR key.


What is a RADAR key?

These allow anyone with a disability to access unisex toilet facilities fitted with a RADAR lock free of charge.


Where can I get a RADAR key?

Please pick up an application form from your local One Stop Shop. If you are eligible, your first key will be provided free of charge.


How much does a RADAR key cost?

RADAR keys are provided free of charge to anyone with a disability.


What happens if I lose my RADAR key?

You can purchase a replacement key for £2.50.


Where should I direct queries or complaints regarding a public toilet?

If you have any comments regarding any of the public toilets contact us:

Operational Services
Falkirk Council
Earls Road
Grangemouth
FK3 8UU

Telephone: 01324 590474
Email: contact.centre@falkirk.gov.uk