Councillors in Bath and North East Somerset will look at alternative provision for public conveniences before going ahead and closing them in parts of Bath.
The loos in Twerton, Peasedown, Weston, Shaftesbury Road, Larkhall, and Combe Down all face closure.
The issue was debated at a Council meeting at the Guildhall in Bath on Thursday night.
Councillors have decided that no toilet will shut unless there is alternative provision nearby.
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