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Report it: Graffiti removal - Private Property

You can use this form to report graffiti to private property in the Brisbane City Council area, that you do not own or occupy.

To report an urgent or public safety issue, phone Council's Contact Centre on 07 3403 8888.

Note: All questions are mandatory unless otherwise advised.

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Are you reporting this as, or on behalf of the owner/occupier of the private property affected by graffiti? *

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Private property owner/occupier

Please do not proceed with this form. This form is intended only for residents to report graffiti on private property that they do not own or occupy. 

To report graffiti on private property as, or on behalf of the owner/occupier, you may: 

  • visit Policelink online
  • call Policelink on 131 444 - (interstate / mobile callers: 07 3055 6206)
  • call Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000 (anonymous)

Free graffiti removal kits are available by ordering online, or by collecting from any ward office or from the North and South Customer Centres. You will be required to present proof of residency in the Brisbane City Council local government area.

It is recommended to talk with your insurance provider before cleaning any graffiti from your property.

Location details

Please provide the location of the graffiti.

Does the property adjoin a railway corridor? *
A landmark or the nearest cross street.

Graffiti details

Date and time the graffiti was first observed.
If unsure, leave these fields set to the current date and time.
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When was the area last observed to be be free of graffiti?
If unsure, leave these fields blank.
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Is the graffiti offensive? *
Please upload up to five photos of the graffiti
Files must be less than 5 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg jpeg png bmp pdf doc docx.
08 September 2022