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About the Graffiti Program

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The Graffiti Program offers no-cost or reduced-cost graffiti removal assistance to residents, small businesses, and nonprofit organizations.

The Graffiti Program works with community members to keep Portland beautiful by removing unauthorized graffiti. We offer no-cost or reduced-cost graffiti removal assistance to residents, small businesses, and nonprofit organizations who meet eligibility criteria. The program has four main responsibilities:

  1. We work with outside contractors to routinely and responsively remove unauthorized graffiti across Portland.
  2. We offer no-cost or reduced-cost graffiti removal assistance to residents, small businesses, and nonprofit organizations. Find out if you qualify and how to request this service here.
  3. We support community volunteer cleanups by providing supplies and trainings on how to remove unauthorized graffiti. Find out how to become a volunteer, request supplies, or organize a group cleanup event here.
  4. We partner with local organizations, such as Portland Street Art Alliance and Regional Arts and Culture Council, to provide protective coating on public art murals to prevent them from being harmed by unauthorized graffiti.

Promote the Common Good: Civic Life is building stronger communities by supporting and empowering Portlanders. We think, act, and partner with our communities to better understand and take care of their diverse needs. We invite you to join us in this continuous, much needed work to make our communities safer and more welcoming for all.

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Graffiti Program Coordinator

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