Andrew Stevens Ward 3 City Councillor and the Heritage Community Association are engaging local businesses and residents in response to concerns over unwanted graffiti.
We're asking community members to join us on one or both of the following days for a fun-filled community work bee:
-Saturday, April 28, 10am-1pm
-Friday, May 25, 1-4pm
So we know how many to expect, select "Going" on this event if you plan to attend.
We'll be responding to specific requests from residents for support with graffiti removal.
Snacks provided. Supplies provided. Wear clothes you don't mind getting dirty. Dress for the weather. Bring a water bottle.
Children are welcome, but be aware that we'll be using toxic chemicals in some cases.
Also, please join our Heritage Neighbour Labour group!
IF YOU HAVE UNWANTED GRAFFITI ON YOUR PROPERTY, and you’d like some help removing it, please message the Heritage Community Association with the following info:
-your address and phone number
-a description and/or photo of the graffiti
-an explanation of what kind of support you need (supplies, physical labour, etc.)
This event is part of a broader initiative that aims to respond to unwanted graffiti with mural-painting and community engagement. Full details are here: