Graffiti is a serious crime that impacts all members of the community. Removing graffiti and repairing the damage it causes costs community tax dollars. Properties can be devalued and business owners can lose customers from the negative image that graffiti generates. Moreover, the presence of graffiti can send the message that a community is in decline or over-ridden with crime.
How can I report graffiti?
You can help reduce graffiti by immediately reporting all graffiti sightings. The faster graffiti is cleaned up, the less it appears. Graffiti Removal's paint crews are on the job five days a week to eradicate graffiti on public and private property. The crews either remove graffiti through water blasting or use paint matching for graffiti paint-overs. To report graffiti anywhere within the city limits, call the Los Lunas Police Department at (505) 865-9130 or fill out the Graffiti Online Form.
What if I see someone committing graffiti vandalism?
While most graffiti is done by teens and young adults, graffiti vandalism is not just a harmless prank. Graffiti vandals are at increased risk of becoming involved in other criminal activity or being injured while "tagging" in dangerous locations. If you witness an act of graffiti vandalism in progress, call the Los Lunas Police Department at (505) 865-9130.
You can help reduce graffiti by immediately reporting all sightings within the Village of Los Lunas at (505) 352-3584, (505) 975-8192 or Graffiti Online Form. The faster graffiti is cleaned up the less likely it appears.