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Mayor Wheeler authorized the creation of the Public Environment Management Office through an emergency declaration, which went into effect on May 11, 2022.

Graffiti resources

From getting assistance with graffiti removal to applying for small business grants, here are some of Portland's graffiti related resources for community members.

How to get involved

Learn more about how to get involved and help your community by attending community meetings, problem solver working groups and neighborhood cleanups.

PEMO successes

Learn about the measures of success related to the Public Environment Management Office's work: How much trash has been collected? How much graffiti has been removed?
Learn more about how and why the Public Environment Management Office was created, what it hopes to accomplish and how it measures success.
The Public Environment Management Office was created to coordinate non-homelessness related litter and graffiti removal efforts throughout Portland city limits.

Space activation

Space activation is just one of the strategies that can be used to turn places that attract garbage and graffiti into vibrant gathering spaces for the entire community to enjoy.

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