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Sec. 18-111. - Definitions.

As used in this article, the following terms shall have the meaning indicated:

Enforcement. All law enforcement officers of the city; the mayor of the city and/or his designees; the chief of the police department and/or his designees; and the director of the Livable City Initiative and/or his designees.

Graffiti. Any inscription, word, figure, painting or other defacement that is marked, etched, scratched, sprayed, drawn, painted or engraved on or otherwise affixed to any surface of public or private property by any graffiti implement, to the extent that the graffiti was not authorized in advance by the owner or occupant of the property, or despite advance authorization, is otherwise deemed a public nuisance. This article shall not be construed to prohibit easily removable chalk markings on public sidewalks and streets used in connection with traditional children's games.

Graffiti implement. Any aerosol paint container, broad tipped indelible marker, gum label, paint stick or graffiti stick, etching equipment, brush or other device capable of scarring or leaving a visible mark on any natural or manmade surface.

Indelible marker. Any felt tip marker, china marker or similar device that is not water soluble, which has a flat or angle writing surface of one-half (½) inch or greater.

(Ord. No. 1570, 9-2-08; Ord. No. 1575, 12-1-08)

Sec. 18-112. - Graffiti restricted; penalty; violator responsible for restoration of property.

(a)

No person shall write, spray, scratch or otherwise affix graffiti upon any property, public or private, in which another has an interest and without the prior consent of such other person.

(b)

Any person violating any provision of this article shall be cited for an infraction and fined in accordance with the General Statutes of the State, in addition to any criminal penalties which may be imposed pursuant to Chapter 952 of the General Statutes, as same may be amended from time to time.

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When apprehended, the violator will be responsible for the cost of restoring the property to the condition it was in prior to the defacement.

(Ord. No. 1570, 9-2-08; Ord. No. 1575, 12-1-08)

Sec. 18-113. - Possession of graffiti implements in designated public places; penalty.

It shall be unlawful for any person to possess any graffiti implement while in or upon any public facility, park, playground, swimming pool, recreational facility, or other public building or structure owned or operated by the city unless otherwise authorized by the city. The illegal possession of spray paint shall be punishable by a fine of fifty dollars ($50.00) for the first offense, and an additional fifty dollars ($50.00) per offense thereafter to the maximum allowable under state statute (two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00).

(Ord. No. 1570, 9-2-08; Ord. No. 1575, 12-1-08)

Sec. 18-114. - Prohibition of spray paint to minors; prohibition of purchase of spray paint on behalf of minors; penalty.

It shall be unlawful, within the city limits of New Haven, to sell spray paint cans to any individual under the age of eighteen (18) years of age. Merchants shall be required to view photo identification from the purchaser as proof of age. The illegal sale of spray paint cans to minors, or purchase of spray paint on behalf of a minor child, shall be punishable by a fine fifty dollars ($50.00) for the first offense, and an additional ($50.00) per offense thereafter to the maximum allowable under state statute ( two hundred fifty ($250.00)). (The illegal sale of spray paint cans to minors, as well as the above-mentioned crimes, shall be investigated, catalogued and enforced by the chief of police and/or his designees.)

(Ord. No. 1570, 9-2-08; Ord. No. 1575, 12-1-08)

Sec. 18-115. - Develop and implement regulations to prevent graffiti and provide for prompt removal.

The director of the Livable City Initiative (LCI) and/or his designees shall develop, promote and promulgate regulations to prevent unlawful graffiti and provide for its prompt removal wherever it should be affixed, whether on public or private property. Under LCI's "Graffiti Program," these regulations shall specify the city agencies which will be assigned to affect the immediate removal of graffiti when it is affixed on various categories of structures within the city. The regulations will also detail the partnerships that will be promoted with the State of Connecticut, special services districts, commercial business owners and other important parties to help ensure the success of the citywide graffiti prevention and removal efforts, as well as with the police department, which is charged with pursuing all criminal aspects of graffiti violations. The regulations will also provide for the undertaking of broad-based city outreach efforts to the community to promote graffiti awareness, prevention techniques and an ongoing dialogue on this coordinated anti-graffiti effort.

(Ord. No. 1570, 9-2-08; Ord. No. 1575, 12-1-08)

Sec. 18-116. - Annual assessment and reporting requirement.

(a)

Six (6) months after this article takes effect, the director of LCI and the chief of police shall be required to report back to the board of aldermen on the status and effectiveness of the city's new regulations implemented under the "Graffiti Program." As part of the report, the police department will provide data on number of graffiti incidents during this time period, statistics and insights into proliferation of graffiti, as well as number of arrests. LCI will incorporate the police department's data in presenting figures on number and type of graffiti incidents, as well as the scope and overall cost of the city's graffiti removal efforts in evaluating whether the new regulations and action plan have been successful in curbing graffiti and providing for its immediate removal where it has occurred.

(b)

One (1) year after filing of the initial report, and on an annual basis, the director of LCI, in conjunction with the police department, shall submit an annual report with tbe board of aldermen providing the aforementioned data and assessing the impact of city efforts in combating and removing graffiti.

(Ord. No. 1570, 9-2-08; Ord. No. 1575, 12-1-08)

Sec. 18-117. - Severability.

Should any court of competent jurisdiction declare any section, clause or provision of this article to be invalid, such decision shall affect only such section, clause or provision so declared invalid, and shall not affect any other section, clause or provision of this article. Except as above amended, the New Haven Code of Ordinances shall remain in full force and effect.

(Ord. No. 1570, 9-2-08; Ord. No. 1575, 12-1-08)

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Sec. 18-111. - Definitions.

As used in this article, the following terms shall have the meaning indicated:

Enforcement. All law enforcement officers of the city; the mayor of the city and/or his designees; the chief of the police department and/or his designees; and the director of the Livable City Initiative and/or his designees.

Graffiti. Any inscription, word, figure, painting or other defacement that is marked, etched, scratched, sprayed, drawn, painted or engraved on or otherwise affixed to any surface of public or private property by any graffiti implement, to the extent that the graffiti was not authorized in advance by the owner or occupant of the property, or despite advance authorization, is otherwise deemed a public nuisance. This article shall not be construed to prohibit easily removable chalk markings on public sidewalks and streets used in connection with traditional children's games.

Graffiti implement. Any aerosol paint container, broad tipped indelible marker, gum label, paint stick or graffiti stick, etching equipment, brush or other device capable of scarring or leaving a visible mark on any natural or manmade surface.

Indelible marker. Any felt tip marker, china marker or similar device that is not water soluble, which has a flat or angle writing surface of one-half (½) inch or greater.

(Ord. No. 1570, 9-2-08; Ord. No. 1575, 12-1-08)

Sec. 18-112. - Graffiti restricted; penalty; violator responsible for restoration of property.

(a)

No person shall write, spray, scratch or otherwise affix graffiti upon any property, public or private, in which another has an interest and without the prior consent of such other person.

(b)

Any person violating any provision of this article shall be cited for an infraction and fined in accordance with the General Statutes of the State, in addition to any criminal penalties which may be imposed pursuant to Chapter 952 of the General Statutes, as same may be amended from time to time.

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When apprehended, the violator will be responsible for the cost of restoring the property to the condition it was in prior to the defacement.

(Ord. No. 1570, 9-2-08; Ord. No. 1575, 12-1-08)

Sec. 18-113. - Possession of graffiti implements in designated public places; penalty.

It shall be unlawful for any person to possess any graffiti implement while in or upon any public facility, park, playground, swimming pool, recreational facility, or other public building or structure owned or operated by the city unless otherwise authorized by the city. The illegal possession of spray paint shall be punishable by a fine of fifty dollars ($50.00) for the first offense, and an additional fifty dollars ($50.00) per offense thereafter to the maximum allowable under state statute (two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00).

(Ord. No. 1570, 9-2-08; Ord. No. 1575, 12-1-08)

Sec. 18-114. - Prohibition of spray paint to minors; prohibition of purchase of spray paint on behalf of minors; penalty.

It shall be unlawful, within the city limits of New Haven, to sell spray paint cans to any individual under the age of eighteen (18) years of age. Merchants shall be required to view photo identification from the purchaser as proof of age. The illegal sale of spray paint cans to minors, or purchase of spray paint on behalf of a minor child, shall be punishable by a fine fifty dollars ($50.00) for the first offense, and an additional ($50.00) per offense thereafter to the maximum allowable under state statute ( two hundred fifty ($250.00)). (The illegal sale of spray paint cans to minors, as well as the above-mentioned crimes, shall be investigated, catalogued and enforced by the chief of police and/or his designees.)

(Ord. No. 1570, 9-2-08; Ord. No. 1575, 12-1-08)

Sec. 18-115. - Develop and implement regulations to prevent graffiti and provide for prompt removal.

The director of the Livable City Initiative (LCI) and/or his designees shall develop, promote and promulgate regulations to prevent unlawful graffiti and provide for its prompt removal wherever it should be affixed, whether on public or private property. Under LCI's "Graffiti Program," these regulations shall specify the city agencies which will be assigned to affect the immediate removal of graffiti when it is affixed on various categories of structures within the city. The regulations will also detail the partnerships that will be promoted with the State of Connecticut, special services districts, commercial business owners and other important parties to help ensure the success of the citywide graffiti prevention and removal efforts, as well as with the police department, which is charged with pursuing all criminal aspects of graffiti violations. The regulations will also provide for the undertaking of broad-based city outreach efforts to the community to promote graffiti awareness, prevention techniques and an ongoing dialogue on this coordinated anti-graffiti effort.

(Ord. No. 1570, 9-2-08; Ord. No. 1575, 12-1-08)

Sec. 18-116. - Annual assessment and reporting requirement.

(a)

Six (6) months after this article takes effect, the director of LCI and the chief of police shall be required to report back to the board of aldermen on the status and effectiveness of the city's new regulations implemented under the "Graffiti Program." As part of the report, the police department will provide data on number of graffiti incidents during this time period, statistics and insights into proliferation of graffiti, as well as number of arrests. LCI will incorporate the police department's data in presenting figures on number and type of graffiti incidents, as well as the scope and overall cost of the city's graffiti removal efforts in evaluating whether the new regulations and action plan have been successful in curbing graffiti and providing for its immediate removal where it has occurred.

(b)

One (1) year after filing of the initial report, and on an annual basis, the director of LCI, in conjunction with the police department, shall submit an annual report with tbe board of aldermen providing the aforementioned data and assessing the impact of city efforts in combating and removing graffiti.

(Ord. No. 1570, 9-2-08; Ord. No. 1575, 12-1-08)

Sec. 18-117. - Severability.

Should any court of competent jurisdiction declare any section, clause or provision of this article to be invalid, such decision shall affect only such section, clause or provision so declared invalid, and shall not affect any other section, clause or provision of this article. Except as above amended, the New Haven Code of Ordinances shall remain in full force and effect.

(Ord. No. 1570, 9-2-08; Ord. No. 1575, 12-1-08)

 

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