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City officials recommend using specific apps to report vandalism, which has been on the rise across town.

The topic of graffiti arose during the May 9 Woodburn City Council meeting during the public input session.

Graffiti has increased of late in Woodburn, and Councilor Mary Beth Cornwell noted that the topic has been addressed during council sessions. She said when she spots graffiti, she routinely takes a photo of it and passes it on to city officials, something she encourages everyone who has a concern about it to do.

City spokesman Tommy Moore said their are two phone apps available to residents that make it easy for people to file reports with photos.

"People can actually use either the Woodburn Police Department app or the 'Woodburn Now!' city one as I have a graffiti option attached to it as well," Moore said.

Both the "Woodburn Now" app and the Woodburn Police Department apps are available through Apple and Google download sites.

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