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Graffiti is vandalism and is illegal. It refers to writing, drawings or messages scribbled, scratched or spray painted on walls and other surfaces, often in a public place and without the permission of the rightful property owner.
Council has a zero-tolerance policy in relation to its own buildings and facilities and encourages residents to implement their own anti-graffiti measures at home.
If your property is affected by graffiti, it should be reported to police in the first instance. Contact Policelink on 131 444 or visit the Policelink website for more information, including how to report on-line or download the Policelink app.
The next step is to remove the graffiti as quickly as possible.
Free community graffiti removal kits can be collected from any of our Customer Service Centres.
Contact Council to report graffiti on Council property and arrangements will be made for it to be removed.