Graffiti Management in Kelowna
The City of Kelowna recognizes the social and economic consequences of graffiti vandalism. Graffiti costs the community hundreds of thousands of dollars each year in painting and removal costs. Money allocated to graffiti clean up is no longer available to other valuable community initiatives and programs. Graffiti also impacts our city’s image, deters patronage of commercial areas and negatively impacts on investment potential and maximum return on residential real estate. If not immediately removed, graffiti serves as an invitation to littering, loitering, additional graffiti, and other forms of crime and acts of violence.
To learn more about how to eradicate graffiti, check out our Frequently Asked Questions.
Use our Service Request System to report graffiti on private or public property.
Further information is available in the Graffiti Bylaw.