Schedule a fast paced, comprehensive presentation by Julius Zsako about Graffiti Myths, Facts & Solutions and energize your team. You have two options. You can schedule an hour long presentation for $350, or an in depth two hour training class for $500. Travel expenses are an additional charge outside of Denver, Colorado. Multiple presentations taking place on the same day are discounted.
Contact Julius Zsako on LinkedIn with your questions and to check the availability of dates. You supply the room, a laptop and PowerPoint projector. Julius will provide the insights and best practices to inform, guide and invigorate your team. You can put his lifetime of neighborhood revitalization experience to work in your community. The presentation agenda follows below.
- Defining graffiti - permission matters
- Ten myths about graffiti
- The who, how, when, what, where and why about graffiti vandalism
- Zsako's six action items required to achieve effective and prolonged graffiti control.
2. Good Design
3. Remind People of Consequences
5. Hold Property Owners Accountable - And Help Them
- Don't do what they did
- Success stories
About The Speaker:
Julius Zsako holds a B. A. and a Master of Science in Urban Studies from Cleveland State University. He is trained in Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design, code enforcement best practices and neighborhood revitalization strategies.
Julius led graffiti prevention and removal efforts at Keep Denver Beautiful, and later supervised property maintenance and zoning code enforcement for Denver, Colorado. He organized national graffiti conferences to explore solutions to graffiti. He gained the adoption of ordinances that limited the access of children to graffiti tools, and established minimum penalties for vandalism.
Julius first noticed and removed graffiti scrawled on buildings adjacent to the rapid transit right-of-way in Cleveland, Ohio. He worked for eleven years with a civic group that sought to enhance the economic development potential of Cleveland by beautifying property adjacent to major thoroughfares and along the rapid transit corridor.
Julius has observed graffiti in rural and urban locations throughout the United States. He traveled across Europe and into Asia where he was struck by the similarities in modern day graffiti.
Today, Zsako serves the City of Lone Tree, Colorado as Zoning Official.
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