The Castries Constituency Council (CCC) is stepping up its campaign against persons who urinate in public.
A CCC official told St Lucia Times that the council has started placing signs in various parts of the capital, alerting people not to relieve themselves in public.
The first signs were erected Tuesday.
The campaign against public urination is part of efforts by Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, to keep the City clean and safe.
Some thirty individuals have been arrested by the City Police in recent months for indecent exposure as a result of urinating in public in the capital,according to the CCC.
The City Police have identified Carl Crescent Street near the Soufriere bus stand and near the old LIAT building on Brazil Street as being among areas frequented by persons to relieve themselves in public.
Last month, City Cops issued a warning to persons who patronise bars that do not have urinals against urinating in a public place.
The law enforcement officials assert that there are sufficient public restrooms available in various parts of Castries.