City of Greater Sudbury Seeking Input on Current Sign By-Law
Nov 27, 2017
The City of Greater Sudbury is completing a review of its current sign by-law. Residents can share their thoughts and priorities for improvements for a new sign by-law by filling out a survey at www.greatersudbury.ca/signbylaw beginning Tuesday, November 28. The City is looking to update the current by-law to modernize it with current trends, best practices and new technologies.
Signs are highly visible by residents and visitors in the City of Greater Sudbury. They identify uses and businesses to help create the visual character of an area. The signs we see on properties and buildings across Greater Sudbury adhere to the sign by-law standards and enforcement of these regulations.
Appropriate sign standards and effective by-law enforcement are the two key factors for achieving and maintaining quality signage in the community. A new sign by-law would regulate signs within the City as well as provisions for enforcement.
Submit your feedback online at www.greatersudbury.ca/signbylaw. Paper copies will be available at Greater Sudbury library and Citizen Service Centres. Feedback will be accepted until Tuesday, December 5, 2017.