Tagging Continues to be Problem along Warder

Street light #11216, recently tagged

While walking through the neighborhood on Saturday, I noticed that there was a significant amount of new tagging along the Warder Street corridor between Newton Place and Rock Creek Church Road.

The District has a program to remove graffiti, and you can read more about it here as well as download the form granting the City to address vandalism on private property.

If you see graffiti, it is important to call 311 and report it as soon as you can. Information that will assist the City in responding to the request include:

  • Address where graffiti is location;
  • Whether it is public or private property; and,
  • If it’s a street light, the number of the light — each light pole has a number on the pole about 7 feet from the ground.

New tagging on Gee's Market

640 Princeton Place's wall along the alley was extensively tagged


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2 Comments on “Tagging Continues to be Problem along Warder”

  1. IMGoph Says:

    thanks for fighting this. sometimes it feels like no one cares, but it’s good to see you’re a strong advocate for your neighborhood!

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