Graffiti Management Plan

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While street art is supported and encouraged at numerous locations around Kingston, unwanted graffiti and tagging can create social and economic problems in the City of Kingston.

We want to hear from you!

Council is preparing a new Graffiti Management Plan to identify the most effective local strategies to reduce and manage graffiti in Kingston and we need your help! The new plan will replace Council's existing Graffiti Management Plan developed in 2012.

The 2012 Graffiti Management Plan included the following three priorities for managing graffiti:

  • Engaging the Kingston community in the prevention and response to graffiti
  • Improving the look and feel of public spaces so that people feel comfortable and safe
  • Enforcing state and local laws.

We are keen to engage with stakeholders and the community to:

  • understand how people feel about graffiti in Kingston and their level of tolerance
  • understand the types of people who paint graffiti in Kingston and why they do it
  • identify local strategies to reduce and manage graffiti in Kingston
  • identify partnership opportunities to help Council reduce the amount of visible graffiti, particularly on public buildings.


Collecting feedback

We want to hear from you about how Council can best manage and reduce graffiti in Kingston.

Come along to one of our face-to-face engagement events with interactive activities at various locations in Kingston on 14 March.

  • Peter Scullin Reserve, Mordialloc
  • Bicentennial Skate Park, Chelsea

Or fill in our short online survey below.


You can complete the survey here.




While street art is supported and encouraged at numerous locations around Kingston, unwanted graffiti and tagging can create social and economic problems in the City of Kingston.

We want to hear from you!

Council is preparing a new Graffiti Management Plan to identify the most effective local strategies to reduce and manage graffiti in Kingston and we need your help! The new plan will replace Council's existing Graffiti Management Plan developed in 2012.

The 2012 Graffiti Management Plan included the following three priorities for managing graffiti:

  • Engaging the Kingston community in the prevention and response to graffiti
  • Improving the look and feel of public spaces so that people feel comfortable and safe
  • Enforcing state and local laws.

We are keen to engage with stakeholders and the community to:

  • understand how people feel about graffiti in Kingston and their level of tolerance
  • understand the types of people who paint graffiti in Kingston and why they do it
  • identify local strategies to reduce and manage graffiti in Kingston
  • identify partnership opportunities to help Council reduce the amount of visible graffiti, particularly on public buildings.


Collecting feedback

We want to hear from you about how Council can best manage and reduce graffiti in Kingston.

Come along to one of our face-to-face engagement events with interactive activities at various locations in Kingston on 14 March.

  • Peter Scullin Reserve, Mordialloc
  • Bicentennial Skate Park, Chelsea

Or fill in our short online survey below.


You can complete the survey here.