Neighborhood Plan Objectives
Q.6: Improve property maintenance.
Q.10: Acknowledge the cultural diversity of the neighborhood.
Request graffiti cleanup (Free!)
Anyone can call 311 to put in the request for the city to clean up graffiti tagging or vandalism. They’ll make contact with the property owner for permission and access. So if you see it, report it.
In addition, some neighborhood folks have a “graffiti patrol” route – a few blocks they check at least once a week for tags or other issues. They also say Howdy! to folks on the route, and compliment their children/dogs/trucks. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in a route.
If you’d like to make art, public and private locations are available, as well as some modest help with supplies. Contact email@example.com to discuss possibilities.
The map shows locations where graffiti clean up has already been requested from the City, or has already been completed. The dot indicates that clean up has not been verified as complete.
orange – 20+
yellow – 10-19
indigo – 5-9
light blue – 2-4
green – 1