On Sept. 12, Blythe Police Department’s community service officer addressed 23 separate locations across the city marred by graffiti.
Utilizing 15 gallons of paint, for 7 hours – 23 locations in one day.
Currently, Blythe’s Graffiti Abatement Task Force – an active group of volunteering locals leading a concerted effort to address graffiti in the community – has taken the initiative to streamline the process of reporting and tracking the eye sores around town.
“As graffiti is reported, our community services officer will inspect the location and mark the area with an orange dot to indicate that it has been reported,” states the Blythe Graffiti Hotline form, found online at pvvt.com. “We appreciate your help in identifying locations that we may not be aware of.”
Residents are encouraged to report graffiti to the hotline linked at pvvt.com, on the right column of the website.