What Property Owners Need to Know
Graffiti causes blight in our community resulting in a genuine threat to the quality of life, incalculable economic losses to businesses, and can lead to the general deterioration of the area in which you live or work. The eradication of graffiti is a huge drain on the City's resources in both cost and manpower.
As of November 1, 2012, the City will no longer provide free unlimited graffiti removal for private property owners. Although the City will continue to remove graffiti from public property including parks, bridges, street signs
Failure to remove graffiti in a timely manner encourages more graffiti and constitutes a public nuisance, which will result in
What Can I Do?
As the property owner or occupant, it is your responsibility to remove any graffiti from your property. City ordinances are not intended to punish victims but to ensure that neighborhood safety, beauty, and property values are maintained.
If you notice graffiti on city property, please call our graffiti hotline at (714) 993-8279.
Do your part. It is frustrating,