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Graffiti AbatementOmaha, Nebraska

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The City of Omaha has made the fight against graffiti a top priority and has made great strides to keep our city’s appearance something to be proud of. The City’s Graffiti Abatement Team (GAT) works hard on a daily basis but graffiti is not a battle that can be won without help! This is where you come in!

If you are a resident or a group that can dedicate a few hours a week or weekend to the dedication of the eradication of graffiti, we need you!!! You can dedicate your time in your own neighborhood or in all areas of our city. We will provide basic training to all volunteers on the use of the graffiti removal kits and foster program participation. So, if you enjoy working with people, don’t mind getting a little dirty, and want to make a difference in your community, or if you like the Graffiti Abatement Team to come and talk to your group or neighborhood association about our program, contact,

Kayleen Young, Graffiti Abatement Coordinator at 402-444-5245 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

List of up-coming Presentations:

List of Events and Mural Projects:

  •     Zero Graffiti International Road Show Tour               
                May 26th and 27th 2016
                Hosted by the City of Omaha and the Zero Graffiti International               
                Scott Conference Center- 6450 Pine St - Aksarben Village
                              
  •     South East Precinct's SAFE Event 
                 Safety Awareness, Fitness & Education

                 Saturday, June 4th, 2016
                 11 am to 4 pm
                 Salvation Army KROC Center 30th & Y St.
  •    10th ANNUAL SOUTH OMAHA BIKERS PARKING LOT PARTY FUNDRAISER
                  June 11th, 2016
                   Chrome Lounge - 8552 Park Drive - Omaha NE
  •     MURAL PROJECT- Joslyn Art Museum/Kent Bellows Studio s & Center for Visual Art
                      Expansion of Field Club Bicycle Trail- Murals on silos along the trail at 35th and Vinton St