Moreland Draft Graffiti Strategy
Graffiti is an ongoing issue in Moreland and surrounding areas and the Draft Moreland Graffiti Strategy 2017-21 (PDF 2Mb) will guide Council's management of graffiti.
Council endorsed the Draft Moreland Graffiti Strategy 2017-21 (PDF 2Mb) for community consultation at the Council meeting held on 8 March 2017.
To help complete the draft strategy, an audit was carried out on selected areas of Moreland, recording all instances of graffiti in these areas.
Over 5000 separate instances of graffiti were identified during this process. A random phone survey was also completed and 600 residents gave feedback on graffiti issues in Moreland.
The Draft Moreland Graffiti Strategy 2017-21 (PDF 2Mb) will focus on removing and managing graffiti and providing education, engagement and partnership opportunities.
A focus throughout the strategy is also on investigating better systems to make it easier for Council to record data on what it does to manage graffiti, make it easier for the community to report graffiti and to share information with other organisations including other Councils, Police and other authorities.
Community consultation will run from 10 March 2017 to 9 April 2017.
This feedback will then be used to finalise the draft strategy, to be presented back to Council for final adoption.
You can submit your comments by emailing our Open Space and Street Cleansing team.
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