No person shall erect, locate or display an election sign:
- on or within any Municipal property other than a road allowance;
- overhanging any Municipal property other than a road allowance;
- on any utility pole, official sign or official sign structure;
- on any tree, tree support, or fence on Municipal property;
- at any location on Municipal property where the election sign might obstruct any door, window, fire exit or any opening required for light, ventilation, ingress, egress or firefighting;
- at any location on Municipal property where the election sign might interfere with underground services;
- at any location where the election sign could obstruct the view of any pedestrian or driver of a motor vehicle or obstruct the visibility of a traffic sign or device, or where it could interfere with vehicular traffic so that it could endanger any person; or
- at any location where such election sign, in the opinion of the Designated Official, constitutes a safety hazard to the general public.
No person shall erect, locate or display an election sign within a road allowance where the election sign is:
- on any centre median, centre of a roundabout, traffic island or centre boulevard;
- within 1.5 metres (5 feet) of a fire hydrant, curb, driveway or the travelled portion of a street;
- within 30 metres (100 feet) of any intersection;
- within 15 metres (50 feet) of any bus stop;
- on any railing, retaining wall, bridge, bench, garbage can or structure of any kind; (f) on Municipal property within' 100 metres (328 feet) of any property line of a voting location; or
- within 10 metres of another election sign for the same candidate.
- For municipal elections, election signs can be displayed after nomination day as set out in the Municipal Elections Act;
- Election signs must be removed three (3) days immediately following the day of election.