Scaffolding and construction walls have been erected around the building housing bathrooms and lost and found in the Disneyland Resort esplanade.
Disneyland Resort Esplanade Construction
The tan construction walls block guests from the steel scaffolding that covers most of the building. Scrim had not been placed over the scaffolding when we visited. This is likely for a routine refurbishment of the building.
The building’s various amenities remain available. There is a sign outside the lost and found station letting guests know it is open during park hours
This sign and one on the construction wall lead guests to Disneyland.com/lostandfound to report a lost item. After reporting a lost item, guests receive an email with a lost item report number. They will then be notified if their item is found.
This lost and found location serves both theme parks.
There is also a Chase ATM available between construction walls.
The building also includes lockers, which remain available. The restrooms are next to the lockers and are still open, with signs on the construction walls pointing to them.
Other ongoing construction projects at Disneyland Resort include work on Tiana’s Bayou Adventure, the “Princess and the Frog” replacement of Splash Mountain. The new ride is expected to open this year at both Disneyland and Magic Kingdom. Astro Orbitor is also currently closed for refurbishment.