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Graffiti Removal Day 2019

Source: graffitiremovalday.org.au
Archived 21 Dec 2019 - Posted: 22 Oct 2019
Graffiti vandalism costs New South Wales over $300 million per year. Since Graffiti Removal Day was established in 2012, volunteers have removed 141,000sqm of graffiti, saving our community about $10.40 million.

The New South Wales Government is committed to reducing graffiti vandalism by encouraging local communities to get involved in the removal and prevention of graffiti.

To support this goal the Government established a state-wide graffiti removal and prevention day known as “Graffiti Removal Day.” The aim of Graffiti Removal Day is to highlight the problem of graffiti and encourage people to volunteer their time to remove and prevent graffiti. If you have ugly graffiti tags around your neighbourhood, you can report them using the form on the Graffiti Removal Day website.

Help to keep our city beautiful and wipe out graffiti vandalism.

You can nominate a site near you.

Sites will be selected from the nominations to become clean-up sites on Graffiti Removal Day. To know more about the day or how to get involved, click on the links or call the Graffiti Removal Day hotline.


NSW Graffiti Removal Day

When: Sunday 27 October 2019

Locations: All over NSW

Contact: 1300 665 310

Nominate a site, or volunteer this Sunday.

This article archived 21 Dec 2019

 
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