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The Annual Graffiti "Brush Off" & Litter Cleanup Campaign

 

8th Annual Brush Off — September 23, 2017

Thank to more than 160 volunteers of all ages who came out to help pick up litter and paint out graffiti vandalism along the Federal Blvd. corridor!

Sponsored by Denver Partners Against Graffiti, a program of Denver Solid Waste Management

Co-sponsored by The Home Depot Store #1505 and Pepsi Beverage Company


Thanks to businesses that have donated gift cards for the prize raffle!

  • Columbine Steak House
  • Ernie’s Bar & Pizza
  • Pho Duy
  • Pizza Alley
  • Pizzeria Locale
  • Playa Azul
  • Sexy Pizza
  • Torrez Mexican Food
  • Angels Beauty Salon & Spa

 

 

Ernie's Bar and Pizza

 
 
 

graphic of Brush Off logoThe graffiti "Brush Off" campaign provides an easy way for everyone to help prevent graffiti in our neighborhoods. Brush Off partners agree to keep a spot (such as a sign, pole, or dumpster) near their home clean, using free graffiti-removal supplies provided by the City.

Research suggests that the presence of graffiti “creates an environment that breeds bigger crimes.” Understanding that graffiti vandalism is a quality of life issue, Mayor Hancock and the City Council have made graffiti prevention a top priority in Denver by increasing graffiti cleanup, education and enforcement efforts. But we can’t prevent graffiti alone! That’s why we’ve created "The Brush Off" campaign – a partnership between the City and concerned citizens.

 

Thanks to everyone who joined the 2016 Brush Off!

 

Become a Denver "Brush-Off" Partner

"The Brush Off" campaign provides an easy way for everyone to help prevent graffiti in our neighborhoods. Brush Off partners agree to keep a spot (such as a sign, pole, or dumpster) near their home or business clean, using free graffiti-removal supplies provided by the City. Research shows that promptly removing graffiti (ideally between 24 to 48 hours after it appears) decreases repeat graffiti vandalism. "Brush Off" partners are encouraged to remove graffiti from their spots as soon as possible. We hope you’ll become a Brush Off partner.  Graffiti vandalism effects everyone... we need everyone to be part of the solution.

"The Brush Off" program gives every citizen the power to create and maintain clean, graffiti-free communities. Becoming a "Brush Off" partner is easy. Simply sign a pledge and tell us how you will participate in the program.

Partnership opportunities

  • Request FREE paint and promptly remove graffiti from your property.
  • Request FREE paint to cover graffiti in your neighborhood, on public property, dumpsters, signs and poles.
  • Request FREE assistance to remove the graffiti you are unable to remove or have access to.
  • Report all graffiti vandalism in your community.
  • Make your property less attractive to graffiti vandals, install motion sensor lighting, secure gates, repair broken fences, apply protective sealers, and be watchful of what is going on in your neighborhood!    

To become a "Brush Off" partner, download a pledge form or call 311 (720-913-1311).

 

Brush-Off Partners

Cindy R.

Jason J.

Norm B.

Clentintine S.

Jean F.

Karene B.

Mary. W.

Jean F.

Paul G.

Art C.

Dianna K.

Martin H.

Marcia V.

Kelly H.

Efren L.

Denise L.

Loretta D.

Ammee J.

Dave O.

Margaret E.

Patricia P.

Catherine S.

Kris P.

Allen R.

Lynn P.

Allen R.

Marlane B.

Norm B.

Charley S.

Damian H.

Eric J.

K. Jackson

H.P.G.

Catherine S.

Jeff W.

Shari L.

Michael B.

Kevin D.

JoAnn G.

Jesse R.

Mary M.

Bill U.

Kevin K.

Sherrie M.

Mary M.

Elaine & Johna F

Rene L.

JoAnn P.

Karrie Y.

Noni S.

Louis S.

Danie T.

Judy W.

Francine C.

Eddie F.

Troy G.

Helen G.

Oswaldo S.

Jaime S.

Heather H.

Ron P.

Karen

Mary-Frances M.

Paige W.

Margarita M.

Louis S.

Frances O.

Rosie R.

Enlinida R.

Kathy S.

Phyllis T.

Thomas T.

Janice & Mike B.

Chris D.

Annette G.

Frank & Rosa H.

Joel H.

Jose C.

Jordan F.