Prince Albert's anti-graffiti program returns for another year

By paNOW Staff
May 17, 2018 - 5:00pm

The City of Prince Albert is launching its anti-graffiti program for another year, in an effort to cut back on vandalism.

Owners of homes, businesses, or other private buildings can apply through the city to receive a free paint kit consisting of a gallon of paint, a tray, a brush or roller, and gloves. The kits are available as long as weather permits, according to a statement from city hall. When the temperatures drop below freezing in the fall, applications will no longer be considered.

The city reminded property renters that the owner must be the one to apply, and those applying under the program may be asked to show proof of ownership.

Anyone interested in applying for the program was directed to fill out an application at Prince Albert City Hall.


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