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Bailey Fights Blight is a community-based project working to improve public spaces and re-imagine vacant or underutilized properties on Bailey Avenue.

Through community cleanups, guerilla gardening and public art, Bailey Fights Blight is helping to redevelop one of Buffalo’s major East Side commercial corridors.

In 2018, the Tool Library worked with more than 160 resident, business and student volunteers along the Bailey Avenue corridor. Activities included removing graffiti, mulching tree pits, doing clean-ups and using the City of Buffalo’s 311 app to advocate for safer streets.

Have an idea? Tell us what you think!

Bailey Fights Blight is committed to fostering an inclusive and participatory process.

Have an idea or suggestion for improvement? Let us know!

Join us for our next Bailey Avenue Cleanup on Saturday, October 12th! Meet in front of the Varsity Theatre (3165 Bailey Avenue) at 10AM.


15 Buildings

25 Service Events

530 Tools

600 Volunteers

1,760 Volunteer Hours

$53,010 Invested 

*Based on value of volunteer time and material costs (paint, rollers, brushes, mulch, etc.)




Community Blight Mapping

Text message-based community mapping system developed to identify and track blighted buildings


Boarding & Securing Vacant Buildings

Ensuring vacant buildings are properly boarded and sealed against elements and illegal activity.


Graffiti Removal & Urban Design

Improving streetscape through removing and painting graffiti, maintaining street trees, and incorporating new green spaces


Public Art & Murals

Using large scale pieces of public art to beautify the neighborhood while building on local culture and history


Project Partners: Bailey Avenue Business Association, Buffalo Promise Neighborhood, Junior League of Buffalo, Team Razor Wire, UB Office of Community Relations, University District Community Development Association, University Heights Collaborative, University District Block Club Coalition, University Heights Tool Library

Bailey Fights Blight is funded by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; administered by Arts Service Initiative of Western New York