Graffiti

Get Involved In Your Community!

Twice a month the City of Riverside provides an opportunity for community members to eradicate graffiti and beautify their neighborhoods.

Green Walls Green wall project located at Tyler x Shoshone.

KRCB Paint-Out Event Graffiti Program Manager Bob Rivers assisting volunteers with graffiti removal.

Community Paint Out Events Volunteers painting over a graffiti plagued wall.

Green Wall Designs Green walls act as barriers between vandals and a bare wall.

Graffiti Volunteers join together to clean up our community.

Green Wall Progress Greenwalls are an effective barrier because it makes tagging more difficult on the vandals.

Take Back the Wall Volunteers restore beauty to a neighborhood by removing graffiti vandalism. Read More...

Volunteer Groups Gather your friends and volunteer for a paint out event in your neighborhood! Read More...

Green Walls Vines grow rapidly to remove the blank wall canvas from vandals.

Uniforming Walls Paint-Out events restore pride to neighborhoods by removing visual blight.

Paint Out Projects are not just limited to graffiti on walls, but can be used to remove graffiti throughout a neighborhood.

  • Water Quality Control Plant
  • Crews repairing a traffic light
  • Crews Paving a Street
  • City of Riverside Trash Truck
  • Magnolia Grade Separation
  • Graffiti Removal Crews
  • Water Quality Control Plant
  • Crews repairing a traffic light
  • Crews Paving a Street
  • City of Riverside Trash Truck
  • Magnolia Grade Separation

Paint-Out Events:

  • Twice per month, 24 times per year
  • Painting over graffiti
  • Uniforming walls
  • Removing graffiti from signs and poles

Green Wall Events:

  • Six times per year
  • Cover graffiti canvas with landscape and shrubs
  • Planting trees in front of graffiti prone walls
  • Educate community about green wall techniques

"hello my name is..." red sticker GRAFFITI TRIVIA:
True
or False?
Stickers are considered a graffiti vandalism tool.

PEP Meetings

KRCB and the City of Riverside co-chair a Public Education Program (PEP) meeting regarding graffiti related projects and issues

  • Open to community members
  • Local government and private agencies attend
  • Presentations and discussion on graffiti problems in community with proposed solutions
  • 10:00 am on the Second Wednesday of every other month (February, April, June, October, December)
  • Greater Riverside Chambers of Commerce, 3985 University Avenue in Riverside

Keep Riverside Clean and Beautiful (KRCB)

Contact your local Keep America Beautiful (Keep Riverside Clean & Beautiful) affiliate and volunteer to help keep your community clean.

  • Paint out events
  • Green wall events
  • Neighborhood beautification

Quick Links
Other Graffiti Resources
Graffiti Clean-up Request

From Outside Riverside
Call 951.826.5311

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General Information
Address:
3900 Main St. 4th Floor
Riverside, CA 92522

Phone: (951) 351-6128

Hours
Mon - Fri 8:00am - 5:00pm
Closed on Weekends and Major Holidays*
* Graffiti Removal Crews work 7 days per week
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