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Graffiti Abatement

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2013-graffiti-abatement-chartThe District contracts with the Greater East End Management District to provide graffiti removal services for the district. This graffiti removal program not only covers or removes the graffiti but attempts to restore the surface to its original condition, through on site color matching of paint, power washers, or whatever it takes. This process not only removes the graffiti but removes the graffiti scar as well. The Graffiti Abatement Program directly contributes to the Management District’s economic development and public safety improvement goals. Since inception of the program over 6000 sites have been abated.

The District also provides for mowing, trash and bandit signs removal in the public right-of-way. Typically over 100 bandit signs are removed each month. We actively work with the City to report incidents of graffiti and illegal signs and you can help us by reporting violations using the report an issue form or call District staff at 281.564.5252 or by reporting to 3-1-1.For more information on the program, contact the District Director of Services.

In 2013 a total of 1,753 occurrences of graffiti were removed. Thanks to all of our community partners who actively assist us in reporting incidents. We encourage all residents and businesses to join the in the effort to help us eradicate graffiti from the District by reporting to 3-1-1 or going on-line to www. IMDHouston.org and reporting incidences via the “Report an Issue” button on the home page. We are also working closely with our graffiti abatement contractor, S.E.A.L. Security, and HPD to identify and prosecute the individuals responsible for graffiti in our District.

Graffiti Reports