Sign Bylaw
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Casselman Sign Bylaw

The Sign Bylaw 2001-033 regulates the design, construction, installation, maintenance and relocation of exterior signs in the Village of Casselman.

The following is a summary of the bylaw. For precise wording and all provisions, please refer to the official 2001-033 Sign Bylaw (PDF).

Key points

  • People wishing to erect, relocate or modify a sign, as defined in the bylaw, must first apply and obtain a Sign Permit.
  • This bylaw does not apply to interior signs.
  • Different permissions and restrictions such as the type of sign, size and lighting apply in different zones of the Village.
  • The bylaw applies to the following types of signs and installations:
    • Permanent and temporary signs
    • Awnings, billboards and canopies
    • Community service signs and event banners
    • Election, real estate and subdivision signs
    • Freestanding, ground, pylon, roof, pole and swinging installations
    • Illuminated or inflatable signs
    • Murals, plaques, window, wall or fascia signs
    • Directional and handicapped signs

Fines

A person found guilty of an offense to the bylaw is liable to a fine as provided for in the Municipal Act.

File a Complaint or Report a Violation

To register a complaint with the Municipality about a perceived infraction, you must fill out a complaint form (PDF).

To report a situation during regular business hours, please contact the bylaw officer at 613-764-3139, extension 518.