The purpose of this bylaw is to ensure vehicle and trailer advertising signs are erected, maintained, positioned and displayed in such a manner that they do not present a hazard or a danger to public safety. The bylaw also seeks to maintain aesthetic standards.
The purpose of the Mobile Sign Bylaw is to ensure that signs or visual messages and notices displayed for information or advertising purposes are not a danger to public safety, and do not compromise aesthetic or community standards. The mobile sign Bylaw only applies to signage that is on or attached to a vehicle, trailer or other means of transportation. The Bylaw includes general and specific requirements, and has provision for Council to authorise exemptions.
The Council intends to continue the Mobile Signs Bylaw without changes, and is seeking your feedback. An opportunity for an additional round of consultation on the Mobile Signs Bylaw will occur as part of the development of Council’s intention to consolidate its Bylaws into an Urban Environment Bylaw at a future date.
We would love to hear your thoughts on the Mobile Signs Bylaw. Submit your feedback by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or complete our online form.
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