Graffiti in public spaces
Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

Graffiti must always be removed by the respective owner. The district offices are therefore only responsible in exceptional cases, for example in the case of graffiti on monuments, stairs, bridges or fountains that are on public land.
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The state guild of building cleaners provides information on measures such as anti-graffiti coating after cleaning (see link).

The anti-graffiti funding program of the authority for urban development and the environment expired at the end of 2010. There is no financial support for the removal of graffiti.

Related Links

  • Northeast state guild of building service providers
  • Waste disposal

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