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Graffiti Abatement
Reporting Graffiti
Reports regarding gang or graffiti activity can be made to the Cheyenne Police Department 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Police Department also offers a valuable service to citizens to help eradicate graffiti in neighborhoods. The graffiti hotline, (307) 633-6641, is available for people who would like to report graffiti in their neighborhoods.

Graffiti may also be reported by using the online Graffiti Report Form. In most cases, this graffiti will be painted over by the Police Department free of charge after a report has been made and after the property owner has authorized the abatement. Property owners may authorize abatement online with the City of Cheyenne Graffiti Abatement Waiver for Property Owners / Managers.

Once Graffiti is Reported
Graffiti that is reported to the Police Department will be logged. Police volunteers will then attempt to contact the property owner to obtain permission to paint over the graffiti or refer the matter to another agency for abatement. Once property owners have authorized the Police Department to paint over the damage the Graffiti Abatement Unit will be scheduled to complete the task.

The unit is made up of civilian employees and volunteers who donate their time to maintain the beauty of Cheyenne. They strive to complete the work within a week; however, it is dependent upon volunteer availability.