If you have been victimized by graffiti vandalism you need to record it for evidence and insurance purposes. Take photos of the vandalized area and record when it occurred. The Police will require this information when you report it.
Reporting and removing graffiti quickly is one of the best ways to prevent graffiti from reoccurring.
Property owners who fail to remove graffiti within a reasonable time may be fined $250 (effective April 1, 2008) in accordance with Community Standards Bylaw 14600.
It is important to send graffiti offenders the message that their vandalism will be removed promptly, thereby discouraging their return.
By following the 3Rs (Record, Report & Remove) to eliminate graffiti vandalism, you can become an effective partner in creating a safer, more welcoming Edmonton for everyone.
All citizens are encouraged to call 311 (or 780-442-5311 if you live outside of Edmonton) to report any graffiti they see on public and private Edmonton property.
If you are an owner of property that has been vandalized, report it to Edmonton Police Service Online Reporting or at your nearest Edmonton Police Service station.
Graffiti in Progress
If you see someone vandalizing a property with graffiti, call 911. Graffiti is a crime and Edmonton Police Services will respond.
Professional Graffiti Cleaning
Capital City Clean Up offers up to $750 worth of professional graffiti cleaning assistance to property owners in Edmonton once per season per property.