Fight graffiti vandalism: Join local cleanup this Saturday

May 14, 2013 at 8:06 pm | In How to help, West Seattle news | 4 Comments

Graffiti/tagging vandals strike anywhere and everywhere – the photo above is a blurred version of a defaced wall back in 2009 at a local school that was getting hit over and over again. Parents fought back there. Wherever you are, you can challenge this kind of vandalism – as long as there’s help. That’s where you come in. You can join a community cleanup this Saturday to paint out graffiti/tagging vandalism in the Delridge area (and if you don’t feel like painting, trash-pickup help is needed in the area too). Meet at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center, 4408 Delridge Way SW, at 10 am Saturday (May 18th). This is the start of a graffiti-fighting campaign that organizers expect will also eventually include mural-painting to protect and beautify targeted areas. Questions? Contact David Bestock at Youngstown, david@youngstownarts.org or 206-935-2999.

4 Comments

  1. Please join us THIS SATURDAY to paint out graffiti and clean up trash along the Delridge corridor. Anyone is welcome. Tools and snacks provided. Please RSVP to david@youngstownarts.org if you know you’ll attend. Thanks!!

    Comment by David Bestock — 3:35 pm May 15, 2013 #

  2. Would be great to see the citizens of “Nickelsville” help out with this, give back to the community if they are willing.

    Comment by West Seattle Hipster — 4:20 pm May 15, 2013 #

  3. Heard a mural was going up in white center this Saturday for this exact reason! More murals, more community outreach to maintain them and let vandals know graffiti wont be tolerated.

    Comment by Bertha Christ — 10:13 am May 16, 2013 #

  4. Instead of repainting the areas that are routinely vandalized, why not use anti-graffiti coating to make graffiti removal possible?
    http://protective.sherwin-williams.com/detail.jsp?A=sku-36290%3aproduct-7268

    Comment by NE — 12:19 pm May 19, 2013 #

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