Graffiti: Report, Remove, Volunteer!
The Traffic section works diligently to remove "tags" and graffiti from public property.
The Graffiti Removal Process
Graffiti is removed whenever it is reported by City staff or the public. A special graffiti truck is sent out with a Maintenance Worker, using $40,000 of Measure B funds, four days a week to respond to vandalism on city buildings, electrical boxes, fences, public sidewalks, and other city-maintained assets.
For graffiti or tagging on private property, the Maintenance Division works closely with Code Enforcement to help affected residents get the blemish removed. More information about that can be found on the Code Enforcement page.
The Maintenance Division is collaborating with other City departments and local citizen programs to create a more robust Graffiti Removal Program. We welcome both individuals and groups who are interested in volunteering their time to remove graffiti from public and approved private properties to email us or call (707) 648-5207.
To report graffiti on public property, please use the report form on SeeClickFix below or call (707) 648-5207. You can also visit www.seeclickfix.com any public maintenance issue.
To report a non-emergency maintenance issue, please use SeeClickFix.