Street Services has a graffiti program to combat unsightly vandalism. The program is responsible for removing graffiti from sidewalks, walls, signs, bridges, bus stop shelters, and benches within the City right-of-ways. The program is also responsible for cleaning it from play ground equipment, structures, and buildings within parks and other City owned properties. The program uses the help of persons completing court mandated community service hours. To report graffiti around the City, please call (828) 259-5720, or report it on the Asheville App.
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Code of Ordinances, Chapter 10 – Nuisances, Article VI-Regulation of Graffiti
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Any Property Owner who receives a Notice to Remove may appeal the Notice within 7 business days of receipt to a City Manager Appeals Review Committee. The appeal shall be in writing and shall state the reasons for the appeal. If the Property Owner feels the Notice has been issued for art, then the appeal statement must include information about the artist, their signature, and documents that might support their claims such as a contractor or proof of payment.
Submit the appeal to the City Manager’s Office in person or by mail.
City Manager Appeals Review Committee
City Manager’s Office
Post Office Box 7148
Asheville, NC 28802
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Vicky Haskell, Special Projects Coordinator
Physical address: Public Works Building, 161 S. Charlotte St.
Mailing address: P. O. Box 7148, Asheville, NC 28802
Office: (828) 259-5720