Keeping our walls clear
Graffiti is illegal and expensive to remove. We're committed to removing and preventing graffiti in our city, but we need your help to do it. Help us to stay on top of graffiti vandalism by taking measures to prevent it and, if it does occur, by making sure it is cleaned as quickly as possible.
What is graffiti?
Graffiti refers to any writing, painting or drawing on either public or private property done without the consent of the owner. Graffiti is illegal and incurs costs to council through removal and prevention measures.
What are the effects of graffiti?
Graffiti is a crime that affects us all. It can lower property values, make people feel unsafe, reduce business patronage and encourage other types of crime.
Most graffiti occurs on exposed walls and fences and is usually in the form of messages in letters or images, written in spray paint, permanent marker or even etched into the surface with a sharp instrument. Graffiti vandals have no respect for private or community property and no regard for the negative impact of their actions.
Report an incidence of graffiti
If you've seen any graffiti in a public area of Randwick then please report it using our online form.
What is our graffiti policy?
Randwick City Council has developed a Graffiti Management policy to effectively prevent and manage graffiti. The purpose of the policy is to:
- Reduce the incidence of graffiti through education and prosecution
- Remove graffiti as quickly as possible as a deterrent
- Remove graffiti using environmentally friendly methods
Contact Randwick City Council
To report an incidence of graffiti for removal, contact our call centre team on 1300 722 542.