Portable Signs Location Maps
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Learn how to place a portable sign on road right-of-way and where.
These guidelines address placement of signs on Road Right of Way pursuant to Bylaw 5590, the Traffic Bylaw.
Two types of Road Right of Way signs:
These guidelines do not address portable signs on titled lands. The use of portable signs on titled lands is governed by Bylaw 12800, the Zoning Bylaw.
Community Association - a non-governmental association of participating members of a community, such as a neighborhood, condominium, cooperative or group of homeowners or property owners in a delineated geographic area.
School - a structured learning environment through which an education program is offered to a student by way of the Alberta School Act.
Society - a society incorporated or continued under the Alberta Societies Act and not discontinued. This includes benevolent, philanthropic, charitable, provident, scientific, artistic, literary, social, educational, agricultural, sporting or other useful purpose, but not for the purpose of carrying on a trade or business.
Alberta Approved Farmers’ Markets - one that has been approved by Alberta Agriculture and Forestry and as such meets the requirements of the program guidelines that have been approved by the Minister.
All persons placing or erecting a free-standing sign on a highway (road right-of-way) to advertise a business or service shall comply with the following conditions:
Note: These provisions do not apply to signs on private property, which are controlled under the Land Use Bylaw administered by the Planning and Development Department.
All persons placing or erecting a free-standing sign on a highway (road right-of-way) to guide pedestrian and vehicular traffic to an open house location shall comply with the following conditions:
All other persons placing or erecting a free-standing sign on a highway for any other purpose must obtain prior written permission from the City Manager. Such permission may be withheld by the City Manager for operational or safety reasons.