A. No election sign shall be installed until the candidate is officially registered in the election.
A. Election signs are only permitted on private property. Election signs are not permitted on City property such as parks and boulevards.
When placing signs, please be aware of the following regulations:
A. Questions and complaints about election signs should be directed to the Chief Building Official at 519-332-0330 x3270 or email@example.com
A. Illegally placed signs will be removed by Building/By-Law Enforcement staff.
A. No, candidates will not be notified by the City prior to the removal of a sign. Following the removal of a candidate’s election sign for the first time, the candidate will be notified that a sign has been removed.
A. Small signs that are removed are stored at City Hall for 10 days. The City will only contact the candidate after the first offence to advise that sign(s) have been removed. It is recommended that you contact the Building Department prior to picking up your signs.
A. All election signs shall be removed within seven days after Voting Day.
The information contained in the in this document is pursuant to the City of Sarnia Sign By-Law #65 of 2014.
For additional information not contained in this fact sheet, please refer to the City of Sarnia Sign By-Law or the County of Lambton Sign By-Law.
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