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Graffiti, Abandoned Vehicles or Furniture Dumped in Your Alley, the City of Imperial Beach has Services to Help You with All of Those

May 16, 2017 05:25PM ● Published by Paul Spear

Here is a list of helpful phone numbers for City of Imperial Beach Departments and Services as well as Business and Services in the Community we all need to be aware of.

Have you run across graffiti, an abandoned vehicle or furniture dumped in an alley in your neighborhood, the City of Imperial Beach has services to help you with all of those things and more.When we had graffitti twice on our back fence, it was gone within 24 hours after calling the city. When there was furniture abandoned in the alley where we live, I called Public Works and they came and picked it up. It was done within 24 hours. The City of Imperial Beach is very responsive on these types of problems. Below are numbers for some of the most common departments to contact when you have the problems listed above. If you know of other situations and numbers, please let us know at DigImperialBeach@gmail.com and we will add them to the article.

Abandoned Vehicles:

Private Property  (619) 628-1359  
Public Property   (619) 585-7232 
Animal Control: (619) 423-8306
Graffiti Hotline:  (619) 210-1644 
Public Works:    (619) 423-8311     

 The City has a list for all of those services and many more helpful numbers on their website at: Contact Us or you can see the city directory listed below:

(note: Thank you to Edward Brakmanis for his idea on the article)

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