south east restrooms after preservation

Current & Ongoing

Restroom Rehabilitation Project
In early September, the Great Stone Church Restroom Rehabilitation Project was successfully carried out with the goal of improving the visitor experience by providing a newly updated restroom and lavatory amenities and preservation of the adobe building located in the front courtyard of the Mission.

Interior project highlights included the upgrading of the interior Men and Women’s rooms with new tile, maximum privacy toilet partitions, new lighting fixtures, and automated touch free plumbing fixtures.

Exterior project highlights included extensive adobe repairs, installation of protective adobe mud plaster, and new landscape seat wall with pathway lighting, termite treatments, new way finder signage, and installation of drought tolerant plantings around the building.

Cost of the project was $109,866 and was funded by private donations, Mission Preservation Society Membership, and net proceeds from operations and the Mission Store.

To give a gift to the Mission preservation fund, please contact Mechelle Lawrence Adams at (949) 234-1311 or donate online.