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Porta Potty Rental, Queens NY


The standard type of porta potties you will come across is the most common and least expensive. They can be cleaned on site, meaning they’re a great option for events that last just hours! The transportable potties are usually a single unit portable bathroom. That is why they’re hired in clusters for outdoor events with many people, and lack sinks or flushing capabilities; however there may be additional features like mirrors and lighting provided by rental companies which make these basic porta potties more than enough of what you need when hosting your next big party or event.


The portable toilets we provide are a lot like their standard counterparts, but they’re bigger. These usually measure approximately 44-47 inches in width and 48″ deep with the height coming up to 90″. They have all of your basic features including flushing capability as well. These deluxe flushable units are an ideal upscale of the standard traveling restroom if you’re planning a big outdoor event. They can be coupled with other types to offer different restrooms for guests-especially those who have children and/or adults in their parties! These events usually require high sanitation levels so this is perfect solution where necessary.


Need to accommodate guests of all ages and toilet preferences. A luxury porta potty will be ideal for you. These trailers look like residential restrooms, but they’re much more than that- these facilities provide VIP services with ample lighting so users can see what’s going on in there; flushing toilets that won’t leave any doubt about how clean or not their bathrooms were when last used by another person (including yourself); hand washing areas where everyone who enters leaves feeling cleaner.


The disabled are often without access to a restroom that is both clean and comfortable. This unit was designed with their needs in mind, allowing larger sizes for people who may be wheelchair bound or have other mobility issues due to illness. The interior design includes extra safety features like handrails near the doorframe so those using it don’t need assistance when getting up from sitting down on either toilet seat; anti-slip materialized floorboards. Even though it is not required by law, it is always reasonable to provide ADA compliant moveable potties at your event.

Queens is a multicultural borough, being the second most diverse in the country after Brooklyn. Queens has been ranked as one of the safest cities in the United States, fourth safest of all places in New York state and eighth safest of all places in America. Queens is notable for its culture, which includes ethnic and religious diversity, its history and its large number of open spaces.

Things to do when in Queens

  • There are many wonderful ethnic eateries in the area, but I would particularly recommend Ethiopian, Middle Eastern and Caribbean for their excellent food. There are also several fine restaurants in Queens which serve British cuisine.
  • An interesting place to visit in Queens is the New York Hall of Science. This is a great place for families who are interested in science as there are numerous hands-on exhibits and programs available. The New York Hall of Science has, over the years, pioneered many interactive and educational programs that keep children fascinated and engaged.
  • A different experience is offered by the Queens Museum of Art, which has hosted many world renowned exhibits. It hosts a range of events, including music concerts, festivals and lectures.
  • Lastly, there are several art galleries, most notably in DUMBO (Down Under Manhattan Bridge Overpass), near the Brooklyn Bridge. You definitely must see these places

Places to visit in Queens

Queens Botanical Gardens

This park has an award winning garden. It is the largest botanical garden in New York City, reaching over four and a half acres in size. The expansive garden features more than 8,000 different species of plants and trees, representing all parts of the world. The gardens were designed by Frederick Law Olmsted who designed Central Park in Manhattan as well as Prospect Park and Brooklyn’s Vanderbilt Playground . It is located at 21-25 Ashe Avenue, Flushing Meadows Park.

Queens Zoo

The Queens Zoo is located at 74-02 73rd Avenue in Flushing Meadows Corona Park. It is a major attraction for locals and visitors alike, and has the largest collection of animals in the New York City area. It gets over two million visitors every year.

Astoria Park

This is an expansive park in the northwestern side of Queens, just across the Triborough Bridge from Manhattan. The park offers many facilities for recreation, as well as organized sports leagues including baseball and soccer. Its grounds feature basketball courts, a water spray park, and a dog run area with separate sections for small and large dogs. Also located in the park is a beautiful 19th century conservatory, built in 1892, which has a large collection of plants and trees from around the world.

Flushing Meadows

Flushing Meadows is located in the southeastern part of Queens, with its eastern border being adjacent to Citi Field (home of the New York Mets) as well as the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.

Historical sites

Queens Museum

Queens is home to the Queens Museum, which was founded in 1897 as the Astor Library and is considered one of the city’s most important museums. It displays a vast collection of paintings, sculptures and artifacts. The Museum’s extensive collections include Asian art, jewelry, prints and drawings by European masters, Native American objects and ancient Egyptian artifacts.

Queens Library

This library is known for its unique architecture, which was designed by architect William Ralph Emerson. It was built in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and many of the artworks on display were donated by notable artists, mostly from Queens. The museum’s collections include an Egyptian mummy, a gold-plated Egyptian crown and a large collection of miniature bronzes.

Steinway Mansion

This estate was once the home of piano manufacturer, John Jacob Steinway. The art-filled mansion has been converted into a public museum, showing the evolution of 18th and 19th century lifestyles and tastes.

Wave Hill

Located in the borough’s West Shore, this is a cultural center that hosts concerts and exhibitions throughout the year. It has several garden areas, including a Japanese garden and an herb garden.

Historic Richmond Town

Located in the borough’s North Shore, this area is home to some of the most well-preserved colonial history in New York City. It has a total of 40 historic buildings and sites, including the Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow, which was constructed in 1697 by Dutch settlers.


Queens is the most populous borough on the island of New York City, with a population of 2,230,115 as of 2010, and is one of the largest urban centers in the world. The borough is also ethnically diverse. The largest ethnic groups are Hispanic (31%), White (27%), Asian (19%), and Black (15%).

In 2000 there were 565,000 households in Queens. Of these, 35% had children under 18 living with them and 35 % were married couples living together.

In conclusion, Queens is a place to visit by all. It has many places of attraction, and it has its own culture. Queens is an upcoming place in the world due to its immense population and its new immigrants. Although Queens is the largest city in New York City, it seems to be a place to go outside of your comfort zone and experience something new.