Graffiti Task Force
In 2007, the District Council Collaborative Boards convened a Graffiti Task Force to improve city neighborhoods and remove an element of physical blight. To date, over 250 areas of graffiti have been removed throughout the City of Camden. The District Council Collaborative Boards work on an ongoing basis to ensure that graffiti is removed from our communities. This is another all volunteer board effort which is coordinated with the several agencies and non-profits throughout the City of Camden. The Graffiti Task Force also works to enhance the image of the city. To date, four professional murals have been painted. In addition, 10 murals have been painted in the North Camden Community through the NJ Youth Work Group and Rutgers University-Camden Center for the Arts Community Outreach. The overall objective of this task force is to improve the Quality of Life for residents by removing physical blight that draws/promotes a criminal element.
Current Task Force Happenings:
Please Report all Graffiti Issues on the DCCB Interactive Issue Map
Our Task Force will coordinate efforts to have the graffiti removed.