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This article was archived on 3/31/2020

Clean and Clear in the New Year

Please join me in helping beautify our district by adopting an area for graffiti and trash clean up. As part of my “Clear and Clear in the New Year” anti-graffiti campaign, the City of Tulsa will provide FREE paint and materials for you to help District 3 shine!

Councilor Crista Patrick painting over graffiti on a wall     two Tulsa police officers using paint rollers to paint over a wall with graffiti

Graffiti is a problem city-wide, especially in District 3. I wanted to provide the supplies necessary to either paint over it or remove it.

Graffiti not only detracts from the beauty of our city, but it’s a financial and an emotional hardship on the property owners, who are now responsible for clean-up and costs. I want to help alleviate some of that hardship with free supplies, and I want neighbors and businesses to have the ability to quickly clean-up an area, which has been shown to stop it from happening again.

Supplies can be picked up at 5809 E. Tecumseh St. by appointment. Call 918-810-3376 to schedule a time.

Residents interested in helping clean up an area will first need written permission from the property owner.

Thank you to the City of Tulsa's Household Pollutant Collection Facility, Refuse Department and the Fraternal Order of Police for providing the supplies needed for this campaign.

graphic for Clean and Clear program yellow box with text information over a wall with graffiti