Alabaster City Parks Face Vandalism; City Seeks Parents' Assistance

labaster city parks have been hit by a series of vandalization incidents, prompting the city to appeal to parents for help in curbing the defacement. Vandals have targeted park restrooms, causing damage to plumbing, fixtures, and spraying graffiti on walls. Some of the graffiti was so profane that the city couldn't share images of it. Neal Wagner, Public Relations Manager, expressed concern over the increasing frequency and severity of these incidents. He highlighted the extra expenses incurred for repairs and the inconvenience caused by temporary restroom closures. The city emphasizes that public areas in parks are under video surveillance, and those caught vandalizing will face criminal charges. Parents are urged to supervise their children in parks and educate them about the consequences of damaging public property.