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  • Anti-graffiti poster contest winner, runners-up to be recognized at Sept. 2 Supervisors meeting

    Aug 29, 2014 | Read More News
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    Pima County has a new anti-graffiti poster, thanks to the winning entry in its anti-graffiti poster contest.

    Anti-graffiti posterNicholas Daniels, 14, a student at Sonoran Science Academy, created the artwork that won the contest.

    Four runners-up were also selected in two rounds of judging.
    • Alyssa Fierro, 9, Copper Creek Elementary School
    • Bethany Fierro, 12, Cross Middle School
    • Iyonia Stark, 16, Marana High School
    • David Ramirez, 17, Las Artes Arts & Education Center 
    Artwork was submitted by 17 young people ages 9 through 18.

    The winner will get a $100 gift card, and his artwork was used to create the new Pima County anti-graffiti poster, which will be distributed to schools, libraries and community centers. The runners-up will each get a $25 gift card.

    Click on the image to get a printable PDF.

    The winner and runners-up will be recognized at the Board of Supervisors meeting at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 2, in the Board of Supervisors’ Hearing Room, 130 W. Congress St., first floor.

    The Taking Action Against Graffiti (TAAG) program in the Pima County Department of Transportation was created in 2006 to immediately abate graffiti on all public properties and to assist private property owners in unincorporated Pima County in dealing with graffiti.

    TAAG has handled more than 3,300 calls for graffiti cleanup and abated more than 1.3 million square feet of graffiti in the last three years.

    To report graffiti or seek assistance from TAAG, call 520-792-8224 (TAAG) or email PCTAAG@pima.gov. Or use the free “MYPIMACOUNTY” smart phone app. Get the app or more information at www.pima.gov/graffiti.