Arun District Council are having to close St Martins public toilets in Littlehampton after they were vandalised overnight.
The council is working with Sussex Police to try and find the vandals, as the facilities have just undergone a £30,000 refurbishment.
In a statement they said: "We now face more closure and more cost to sort this mess out".
The authority is also apologising for the impact it will have on residents and visitors it will have on the town.
It comes as the district prepares to welcome holidaymakers from all over the UK on their staycations.
St Martins public toilets in Littlehampton were vandalised overnight and having recently spent £30,000 to refurbish these facilities, we now face more closure and more cost to sort this mess out! We are working with Sussex Police in a bid to find the vandals. pic.twitter.com/mCnGQzcUUs— Arun District Council (@ArunDistrict) May 21, 2021
Arun District Council aim's to keep the streets clean and they say graffiti can be distressing and can have a negative impact on the appearance of public areas.
If you notice any more graffiti - then you can report it so they can arrange for it to be cleared.
You can use the graffiti reporting form, or call 0808 141 2800.