Prior to starting any stage of your project, including erecting signage, you must obtain a permit.
The Owner's Authorization Form is no longer required for Sign Permit applications. The waiver on the second page of the Application Form serves as permission/consent to apply for the permit.
Some signage will require confirmation by a professional engineer for its structural capacity, such as projecting and freestanding signs. Where a professional engineer is required, the drawings must be submitted with the original stamp and signature of the professional engineer.
Drawings can be submitted electronically in digital .pdf format. Also, where a professional engineer is required, these drawings may still be submitted electronically, and must be sealed with a certified digital signature. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about this process.
- Sign Permit Application [PDF - 68 KB]
- Sign Permit Application Signs 3-9 [PDF - 748 KB]
- Sign Zone Map
- Sign Bylaw
- Advisory Design Guidelines for Signs and Awnings [PDF - 48 KB]
- Heritage Program Sign and Awning Guidelines [PDF - 775 KB]
- Climatic Data Policy - Updated 2018 [PDF - 339 KB]
A Development Variance Permit is required for signage that does not comply with the Sign Bylaw.
Click here for information or to apply for a portable sign permit, also known as sandwich boards.Go to Top