Support the City of San Francisco’s campaign to eliminate graffiti in our neighborhoods and business districts by removing graffiti vandalism from your commercial vehicle.
Download the Flyer and Application here. (PDF)
Chinese Language version of Flyer and Application (PDF)
If your commercial vehicle has been tagged by graffiti vandals and is registered in San Francisco, you may be eligible to participate in the Clean and Green Trucks pilot program to paint graffitied trucks “Transformer Green.” This is the color that the City uses to paint over graffiti on utility poles, trash receptacles, retaining walls and other public property. Instead of creating a fresh white canvas for taggers, you’ll be sending a message to vandals that their graffiti won’t stay up.
DPW will provide a free paint job to trucks or vans that apply and meet the eligibility requirements. This program is made possible through a grant from the City’s Community Challenge Grants Fund.
Check out some before and after pictures of trucks and vans painted through this program.
Read the Clean and Green Trucks Pilot Program Report (PDF) (September 2010).
Read the SF Examiner article highlighting the program (September 20, 2010).
Read the Press Release from the Mayor's Office about results from the Street and Sidewalk Maintenance Report.
Read the Press Advisory about the announcement of the Clean and Green Trucks program.
Check out photos of a tagged truck being painted over as a part of the new pilot program.
Learn more about Graffiti Removal programs and volunteer opportunities.
To report graffiti, call 311 or submit a service request to the City's 311 Customer Service Center.