Do you care about a CLEAN PB?September 19, 2007 No Comments
This is a program, done in cooperation among two primary groups including a student-team from The Art Institute of San Diego and the Pacific Beach Town Council Safe & Beautiful Committee.
Our goal is to develop a CLEAN PB campaign including the design, printing and implementation of trash receptacle signage as well as education of San Diego residents about helping keep their beach area clean. We also seek to address the proliferation of graffiti in PB and will be working on art and design methods to help stem the amount of visual and physical damage to our community. We’re also working to develop resources that other communities will be able to use to plug this program in their community including a best-practices manual.
We recently received a SAPPI grant in the amount of $12,900 to help cover the costs of this program. We are also seeking additional funds from Councilman Faulconer’s office as well as the office of Pam Slater-Price our County Supervisor.
To get involved with this group please join us at Knox Chapel which is in the alley behind PB Presbyterian Church at the corner of Garnet Ave. and Jewell St. We meet the last Thursday of the month from 6:30 – 8 p.m.
We believe that together we can realize a CLEAN PB!
Graffiti Control Program Documents
- My Child a Tagger?
What parents can look for in their kids
- Graffiti Removal Consent Form: English – Spanish
Get permission from property owners or tenants to maintain graffiti on their property.
- Graffiti – Notice to Owner/Tenant to Remove: English – Spanish
Check back to this website and learn about what we’re doing to help CLEAN PB and how you can get involved.