While Boulder officials haven't tracked whether they're getting more complaints through the city's Inquire Boulder mobile phone app, they say the platform makes it easier than ever to report graffiti.
Boulder has fielded 76 graffiti complaints since Inquire Boulder launched in July. In August, the first month after the app launched, the city received 17 graffiti complaints — an all time high.
People can snap photos of graffiti with their phones and either submit them via the free Inquire Boulder app or as attachments online at tinyurl.com/inquireboulder.
If people don't have smartphones or cameras on their phones, they can call 303-413-7121 to report graffiti on public property in Boulder.