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Graffiti is an act of vandalism by taggers who paint or mark on public or private property without the owner’s consent. Graffiti is a serious crime that impact all members of the community. The difference between graffiti and art is permission. Without the owner’s consent, it is a criminal offence that can lead to charges.
Graffiti affects everyone. If ignored, graffiti can:
Take a picture of the graffiti vandalism as soon as it is noticed.
Call the Graffiti Hotline at 780-830-7080 or visit SeeClickFix
When reporting an incident of graffiti, please provide as much information as possible regarding the location. City staff will use the information reported to them to contact the property owner for the graffiti to be removed. This data is also reviewed to identify any trends in the community.
Incidents of hate crime or gang graffiti should be reported to the RCMP at 780-830-5700
The property owner is responsible for the removal of graffiti. The faster it is removed, the less likely the site will be tagged again.
Properties with graffiti, broken fences, overgrown yards, and poor lighting suggest neglect and are prime targets for graffiti vandals. Keeping your property clean and maintained has a positive effect on the community and will deter graffiti.
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