Tag On To Our Plan For Tackling Graffiti

We are reviewing our draft Graffiti Management Policy 2024 – 2028 and seeking your feedback.

We know that graffiti vandalism not only affects the visual appearance of neighbourhoods, it can influence the community’s sense of safety and have an impact on our local economy. Graffiti is also costly for communities and property owners to remove and prevent.

We’re looking at how we can work together with our community to better tackle illegal graffiti in Bayside and ensure our public spaces can be enjoyed by all who live, work and visit.

Our aim is to build on our existing Graffiti Management Plan 2019 and find a joined-up approach with community to reduce the impact of graffiti and provide safe, clean and welcoming public spaces.

Is there a graffiti hotspot we need to know about? Do we need to reconsider our timeframes for graffiti removal? What do you think classifies as offensive graffiti?

We need to hear from you.

Have your say before consultation closes on 19 May 2024.

Have your say on the draft Graffiti Management Policy 2024-28

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