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Porta Potty Rental Milwaukee WI

Elite Porta Potty is a professional portable toilet supplier in Milwaukee, WI.

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 Milwaukee 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 Milwaukee 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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Deluxe Porta Potty Milwaukee

2510 S Kinnickinnic Ave #12

New York

WI 53207

(332) 895-1739


Portable Toilet Service Areas in Milwaukee


Milwaukee Zip Codes That We Service:

53022, 53051, 53154, 53202, 53203, 53204, 53205, 53206, 53207, 53208, 53209, 53210, 53211, 53212, 53213, 53214, 53215, 53216, 53217, 53218, 53219, 53220, 53221, 53222, 53223, 53224, 53225, 53226, 53227, 53228, 53233, 53235, 53295


Local Cities That We Service

North Granville, North Meadow, Ridgeview, Hilltop Parish, Northridge, Northridge Lakes, Dretzka Park, Granville Station, Pheasant Run, Riverton Heights, Land Bank, Servite Woods, Whispering Hills, Freedom Village, Granville Woods, Park Place, Calumet Farms, Melody View, Pollber Heights, Buchel Park, Brynwood, Bradley Estates, Tripoli Park, Brown Deer Park, Mill Valley, Heritage Heights, Mack Acres, Golden Gate, Maple Tree, Menomonee River Hills, Menomonee River Hills East, Wyrick Park, Graceland, Town & Country Manor, Park Knoll, Florist Highlands, Little Menomonee Parkway, Parkway Hills, Silverswan, Silver Spring, Havenwoods, Fairfield, Thurston Woods, Timmerman West, Timmerman Airport, Valhalla, McGovern Park, Old North Milwaukee, Vogel Park, Long View, Hampton Heights, Grantosa, Lindsay Park, Arlington Gardens, Columbus Park, Capitol Heights, Wahl Park, Lincoln Creek, Golden Valley, St. Aemilian’s, Nash Park, Dineen Park, Grasslyn Manor, Roosevelt Grove, Kops Park, Sunset Heights, Mount Mary, Cooper Park, Enderis Park, St. Joseph’s, Sherman Park, Uptown, Metcalfe Park


About Milwaukee, WI

Milwaukee is a city in the U.S. state of Wisconsin on Lake Michigan’s western shore. It’s known for its breweries, many of which offer tours chronicling its role in the beer industry. Overlooking the Menomonee River, the Harley-Davidson Museum displays classic motorcycles, including one of Elvis Presley’s. Nearby is the Milwaukee Public Museum, with its large-scale European Village and a recreation of old Milwaukee.


Things To Do In Milwaukee, WI

Milwaukee surprised me with its arts, outdoor adventures, dozens of tours, and eclectic food scene. No matter if you’re into arts or food or history or shopping, Milwaukee has it all and in a much more manageable way than its big brother, Chicago. Not knowing much about this city, I was overwhelmed and pleasantly surprised by all there is to see and do in “The Cream City,” named after the creamy yellow bricks many of the buildings are made from.

In late September, I bundled up against the cold breeze as I walked from the art-filled luxury of the Saint Kate Arts Hotel to the nationally acclaimed Milwaukee Public Market in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward. Too many people had recommended this new central marketplace filled with artisan goods and freshly prepared foods by local merchants, and I was starving already for some good, creative Wisconsin fare.

My head pounding from enjoying too many craft beers at numerous local breweries the night before, I wandered through this two-story public market that mixed local goods and groceries with dozens of food vendors whipping up everything from traditional brats to Mediterranean gyros and Indian tandooris.

This public market hosts a convenient second floor to hang out and enjoy your meal. Armed with a bag of famous Wisconsin cheese curds, I stuffed my stomach, grabbed a local beer for a little hair of the dog recovery, and walked back to the St. Kate along the famous Milwaukee Riverwalk.

I still had the entire day of exploring ahead of me, and frankly, I was stymied on which adventure to choose.

Even walking the RiverWalk — which weaves through the heart of the city and different historic neighborhoods along the Milwaukee River — brings you face to face with German heritage, artistic exhibitions, and more brewpubs You could take an entire day just exploring the city by foot.