The City of Humboldt understands there are costs and consequences associated with acts of vandalism in our community.

 

What is Graffiti?

Graffiti is the etching, painting or placing of a mark on public or private property.  When any type of graffiti is placed on public or private property, it is considered an act of vandalism and is against the law.

 

Reporting Graffiti

If you witness any form of graffiti vandalism in progress, please call 911 and report the crime to the RCMP.

When you see graffiti on property in the City, you are encouraged to report it by contacting our Bylaw Officer by phone at (306) 682-2525 or by email at bylaw@humboldt.ca.

Please provide as much information about the location as possible.  City staff will use the information reported to them to contact the appropriate property owner or agency to ask that the graffiti be removed as soon as reasonably possible.

The faster graffiti is reported and removed, the less likely it is to spread or reappear.

With your help, we can reduce this kind of vandalism in Humboldt and enjoy a cleaner, graffiti-free community.