City of Houston debuts graffiti Web site

Mayor Bill White and Vice Mayor Pro-Tem and Council Member Sue Lovell have announced a new City of Houston Web site for citizens and organizations that want to fight graffiti in their neighborhoods. The site, www.houstontx.gov/graffiti, provides resources for abating, or painting over, graffiti. There is also information on government agencies and groups that provide positive alternatives to graffiti.

The main section of the site will list contact numbers and links to City of Houston departments, other governmental agencies and community organizations that work to abate graffiti. Citizens will also be able to participate in discussions about dealing with graffiti.

Citizens are encouraged to report graffiti by phone to 3-1-1. For more information, contact Lovell’s office at 832-393-3013 or by e-mail at atlarge2@cityofhouston.net.

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