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Our Community Enhancement program is generously

supported by a grant from the City of Surrey 

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Reporting Graffiti

You can report graffiti using the Surrey Request App or

contact the City of Surrey

by email or


call the Anti-Graffiti Hotline at



Negatively affecting neighbourhoods, graffiti often causes additional negative acts impacting community safety. In response to this, the City of Surrey’s Public Safety Strategy has identified “zero tolerance for graffiti” as an avenue towards creating safe and prosperous communities. SCPS’ Anti-Graffiti Program has been in operation since 1996, providing 16 years of committed service in Surrey and its numerous communities. Working with Surrey Parks, Recreation and Culture, and Bylaws Enforcement, we support Surrey’s efforts to eradicate graffiti through our cost-effective program.


SCPS works with agencies who refer youth including PCRS and the Ministry of Children and Family Development.  This program accommodates youth who are required to complete community service hours assigned by the courts.

The Society has also worked with the Minister of the Attorney General’s youth coordinators on a number of projects, and has been part of the joint South Surrey/White Rock Youth Advisory Committee and the Surrey School District’s Anti Vandalism Advisory Committee. The AG program has accepted hundreds of students for work placement experience.

The funding grant from the City of Surrey, BC Hydro and Telus enables us to run the program. We provide a van and operating expense: paint, brushes and supplies, including a power washer and powerful graffiti removers.

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