Report Graffiti in Progress | Call 911
Report Graffiti on Public Property | Click Here
Report Graffiti on Private Utilities | Click Here
*** Effective January 7, 2011, the City of Chula Vista will be responsible for removing graffiti from the public infrastructure only. This includes sidewalks, pavement, curb & gutter, and City facilities. Graffiti eradication from commercial and residential properties is the responsibility of the property owner. ***
To provide graffiti eradication services solely to the public infrastructure, which includes City sidewalks, curbs & gutters, streets, signs, and drainage structures. Residents and business owners are encouraged to participate in the abatement of graffiti on their private property for a sense of community ownership and pride in their neighborhood.
Graffiti Abatement Program
In the on-going battle against graffiti, the City of Chula Vista has implemented two new graffiti eradication programs for residents and business owners that have been a victim of tagging or graffiti. These programs allow community groups such as residents, schools, churches, and businesses to get involved in the eradication of graffiti on private property in their neighborhoods.
The two new programs, "Buff A Block" and "Art On A Box," are designed to be fun and educational activities, by inspiring civic responsibility, community pride, spirit, camaraderie, and to provide and opportunity to accomplish something positive by beautifying the community.
For more information on these projects, please call (619) 397-6037 or click here to send an email.
Additional Graffiti Contact Information
Reporting Graffiti IN PROGRESS: Call 911
To report existing graffiti, call the graffiti hotline of the appropriate jurisdiction:
|City of National City
|City of San Diego
|County of San Diego
To report graffiti on private utilities, call in the address and cross street to the following:
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|Chula Vista Cable
|Otay Water District
||Brown or purple covers or hydrants