The Pinal County Sheriff's Office Graffiti Removal program is available for residents of unincorporated Pinal County.
How the Program Works
Public Property - If the graffiti is on public property, please fill out the form below. Public property includes, but is not limited to, sidewalks, parks, county buildings, and bridges.
Private Property - If graffiti is on high visibility areas like fencing or block walls, please fill out the Report Graffiti to Pinal County Sheriff's Office form. Pinal County Sheriff's Office's Graffiti Removal program is not able to assist with issues on homes or vehicles.
Commercial Property - Graffiti removal assistance for commercial properties is determined on a case-by-case basis. You may fill out the form below, however in most instances, graffiti cleanup is the responsibility of the business owner.
Homeowner Association (HOA) Property - If the property is within an HOA, please contact your HOA before reaching out to PCSO. Most HOAs have their own procedures in place for removing graffiti.