Ukraine crisis

As people around the world watch what’s happening in Ukraine, Birmingham’s communities are coming together to support international appeals and efforts to help those fleeing war. Details of how to offer support and where to find information and advice can be found on our City of Sanctuary webpage

Reporting graffiti

Graffiti is illegal and can significantly increase people’s fears of crime and violence.

We remove graffiti from subways and recycling sites around Birmingham as quickly as possible. If the graffiti is racist or offensive we aim to remove it within 1 working day.

We will remove graffiti from your home for free providing it is below eye level.

Please note: We do not remove graffiti from private land.

If you want to track progress on your report, you can log in to, or register for, a BRUM account.

Request graffiti removal

Graffiti on commercial premises

Businesses wishing to request graffiti removal from their property should contact the Commercial Waste Section at for a quote.

Graffiti within a council housing development

Instances of graffiti within a council housing development should be reported to Tenancy Estate Management.

Contact Tenancy Estate Management

Graffiti on 3rd party property

The council is not responsible for removing all graffiti. We do not remove graffiti from private land or property. The information below shows who to get in touch with when graffiti is at these locations.

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