The draft Graffiti Management Plan will help shape the direction and management of the social, economic, and environmental impacts of graffiti in a formal framework to consolidate approaches. It will set a collective vision for enhancing the amenity of the city over the next five years. Finding the balance between managing graffiti vandalism and encouraging curated street art in a multi-faceted and holistic manner by working together with our community and partners is important.

A Graffiti Management Plan will advance a holistic and proactive approach in the management of graffiti by providing:

  • Service level agreements on graffiti removal and other associated graffiti prevention measures.
  • Improvements in liveability through the provision of accessible resources.
  • Information and advice as to how we will prioritise collaboration with community.
  • A key set of objectives and targets to be achieved to enable the evaluation of success.

The Plan identifies four central themes:

  1. Engagement – ensure a collective approach with shared knowledge and resources in the management of graffiti.
  2. Prevention – deliver alternative and preventative measures to minimise the risk of graffiti occurring in Albury.
  3. Removal – protect the amenity of the community by improving our public spaces through removal of graffiti from property.
  4. Enforcement – support the effectiveness of identifying offenders and promote successful enforcement outcomes.

We welcome your feedback on the draft Graffiti Management Plan. Submissions will be received until Thursday 26 August and can be submitted via the form above or addressed to:

Communities Team, PO Box 323 Albury NSW 2640 or

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