Graffiti on 2 sides of the traffic control electrical cabinet. Both black and red paint.
Is the graffiti still here? If not, please close your issue.
Recent damage not getting addressed.
Hi Dog-buddy, I too share the same concerns about this property and have reported these issues to Code Enforcement. Don't even bother with this website...the City does not pay much attention to the website and all you do is end up getting frustrated. I monitor the site just to see who else cares in this City and to try to help people out here and there get there concerns addressed since, again, the City does not care about this website. Call or email the City departments directly to get assistance.
Here is the Code Enforcement case status for the dilapidated building for you to view:
And here is the case status for the graffiti:
This property basically needs to be demolished. On a side note, it has been reported that the old Catalina Theater next door will be used as the construction office headquarters for all of the soon to be started expansion of Banner UMC Campus so maybe with all that activity, this property will soon be cleaned up or demolished as well. In any event, thanks for caring and let's hope this blight is removed soon.
Fantastic and thorough info!
Grafitti on street signs
Spray paint on sidewalk on east side of Campbell Ave.
Is the graffiti still there? If not, please close your issue.
Spray paint graffiti on white painted wall facing Tucson Blvd.
Spray paint Graffiti on traffic control box NW corner Tucson Blvd & Elm St.
Black spray graffiti on white painted brick/block wall on west side of Tucson Blvd north of Elm.
Graffiti on traffic control box NW corner of Tucson Blvd and Elm St.
Graffiti spray paint on painted stucco wall east side of Campbell.
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