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About Graffiti Abatement
The City of Chino Hills Volunteer Graffiti Abatement Team helps keep the City graffiti free.
Team members respond to and immediately abate graffiti that is on City property, light poles, etc. Volunteers donate as much or as little time as they have available to the Graffiti Abatement Team’s efforts.
Team members mostly respond to graffiti when:
City staff notifies volunteers of a location that needs attention
Volunteers observe graffiti in or around their neighborhoods
For graffiti that is observed on private residential property, the City contacts the property owner regarding the need to remove the graffiti. If the property owner is not able to remove the graffiti, the owner may sign a waiver, which allows our volunteers to remove the graffiti.
For graffiti that is observed on commercial or Home Owners Association properties, the City's Code Enforcement Division issues a Notice of Violation; directing the property owner to abate the graffiti.
Violation can be reported in the following ways:
Via the online
Graffiti Removal Request Form
Calling the Graffiti Hotline at (909) 364-2820
Reporting the graffiti in person
Sending a request by
For additional graffiti abatement questions, call Public Works at (909) 364-2800.
How can I apply to be a volunteer?
What age do you have to be to volunteer?
What type of volunteer opportunities are available through the City?
What can I do if my property is vandalized with graffiti?
How do I report graffiti on public property?
What should I do if I see someone in the act of creating graffiti?
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