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Porta Potty Rental Cincinnati OH

Elite Porta Potty is a professional portable toilet supplier in Cincinnati, OH.

We are committed to providing you with a superior level of service and value, which we achieve by giving you a choice of different options to choose from (see Our Range below).

Our company has been helping residents and businesses of Cincinnati for over 5 years.

We pride ourselves on the range and calibre of our restrooms.

Our portable toilets are suitable for a range of occasions, including but not limited to: construction sites, sporting events, concerts, weddings, public social gatherings, corporate events, parties and festivals.

Our porta johns are environmentally friendly and we use the latest sanitation techniques to deliver you a 5 star portable restroom.



Range Of Porta Pottys


Our selection of restroom rentals in Cincinnati includes:

Standard Restrooms: this is our basic model which gives you the basics. It’s the most economically friendly option with no frills.

Deluxe Restrooms: this is our most popular version because it’s reasonably priced but it also offers you several extras, making it suitable for large events or construction sites.

Flushing Restrooms: this special option includes a hands free flush to offer an extra level of convenience for your guests.

ADA-Compliant: this is suitable for disabled/handicapped people or for parents that are helping young children to use the restroom.

Trailer Mounted Restrooms: this option is a good choice for crews that work at a construction site or for workers that are in the field.

High Rise Restrooms: if you’re working on a tall building then this is the option for you. Our units can be placed near to your workers on site.



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Divine Porta Potty New York

5330 Rapid Run Rd #2


OH 45238

(332) 895-1739


Portable Toilet Service Areas in Cincinnati


Cincinnati Zip Codes That We Service:

45202, 45203, 45204, 45205, 45206, 45207, 45208, 45209, 45212, 45214, 45216, 45217, 45219, 45220, 45223, 45224, 45225, 45226, 45227, 45229, 45230, 45231, 45232, 45239, 45243


Local Cities That We Service

Avondale, Betts-longworth, Bond Hill, California, Camp Washington, Carthage, Clifton, College Hill, Columbia Tusculum, Columbia Tusculum (Historic District), Corryville, Cuf, Dayton Street, East End, East Price Hill, East Walnut Hills, East Westwood, Eastwood, English Woods, Evanston, Fay Apartments, Hartwell, Heights, Hyde Park, Kennedy Heights, Laurel Homes, Linwood, Lower Price Hill, Lower Price Hill (Historic District), Madisonville, Millvale, Mount Adams, Mount Airy, Mount Auburn, Mount Lookout, Mount Washington, North Avondale, North Fairmount, Northside, O’Bryonville, Oakley, Over-the-rhine, Paddock Hills, Pendleton, Pleasant Ridge, Prospect Hill, Queensgate, Race Street, Riverfront, Riverside, Roselawn, Sayler Park, Sedamsville, South Cumminsville, South Fairmount, Walnut Hills, West End, West Price Hill, Westwood, Westwood Town Center, Winton Hills, Winton Place


About Cincinnati, OH

Cincinnati is a city in Ohio, on the Ohio River. The Over-the-Rhine district is known for its 19th-century architecture, including Findlay Market, which has food and craft vendors. To the north is the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden. The Cincinnati Museum Center encompasses history, science and children’s museums in the art deco Union Terminal. Works spanning 6,000 years are on display at the Cincinnati Art Museum.


Things To Do In Cincinnati, OH

Great American Ball Park: If you’re looking for an exciting and unforgettable event to attend when in town then you can’t beat watching a baseball game at the Great American Ball Park. Set just south of the center, the state-of-the-art stadium lies on the banks of the Ohio River within easy walking distance of many of the city’s main tourist attractions. Opened in 2003, the large ballpark is home to the Cincinnati Reds—the first professional baseball franchise to be founded in the States in 1881. Games are fun, fast-paced, and family-friendly affairs with fireworks going off for every Reds home run and win. Besides enjoying the intoxicating atmosphere and great games, guests can check out its hallowed Hall of Fame and Museum that highlights the history of the team and the incredible achievements of its players.

Cincinnati Art Museum: Lying on the edge of the enormous Eden Park is one of Cincinnati’s top attractions and must-see sights: the Cincinnati Art Museum. Boasting one of the biggest and best collections in the Midwest, it has over 67,000 artworks on display which remarkably span 6,000 years of human history. Founded in 1881, its endless array of paintings, photos, and sculptures occupy a lovely Romanesque Revival-style building. In its grand galleries, you can find everything, from portraits by European masters and Native American carvings to African, Asian, and Islamic artworks and antiquities. In addition to a huge section dedicated to decorative arts and design, you can also enjoy incredible artworks by big names such as Botticelli, Monet, and Picasso alongside many others.

Smale Riverfront Park: Just south of the center you can find the scenic Smale Riverfront Park, which hugs the banks of the Ohio River and lies between the Paul Brown Stadium and Great American Ball Park. In addition to its pretty green spaces, the park offers all kinds of recreational opportunities, as well as fine views over the river. Only opened in 2015, its playgrounds, paths, and riverside promenade occupy what was once the site of the Riverfront Stadium. Dotted about are gorgeous gardens, lawns and groves of trees with wonderful water features.

American Sign Museum: In stark contrast to the Freedom Center, the American Sign Museum contains a colorful and cheery collection that is literally much lighter to look at. Since opening in 2005, its visually arresting array of brightly-lit signs has made it a popular attraction. Lying just ten minutes drive northwest of the center, the museum looks at the history and evolution of signage in the States. Impressively enough, almost every surface is plastered with neon signs, old movie posters, as well as unique and unusual adverts, with over 500 signs and artifacts on show. After your fill of signs, posters and showcards, you can head to its workshop to see how signs are made.

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center: Offering an important look at a dark part of America’s past is the fantastic National Underground Railroad Freedom Center which lies a short stroll from the suspension bridge. A moving place, the ‘museum of conscience’ shines a light on the history of slavery in the States through artifacts, photos, and film. Opened in 2004, its displays mainly focus on the Underground Railroad—a network of secret routes and safe houses that escaping slaves used as they made their bid for freedom. Aside from hearing harrowing stories, you’ll also see a slave pen and learn about modern movements for civil rights. Besides its poignant exhibits, even the museum’s location is significant as many slaves crossed over the Ohio River as they attempted to escape the Southern slave states.