Town of Devon
Bylaws for Portable Signs

Town of Devon Bylaws for Portable Signs

Town of Devon Road Sign Bylaws

Temporary Signs in Devon

a PERMIT IS NOT REQUIRED for signs located on private property if the signs are located and constructed in accordance with the regulations outlined

  • PORTABLE SIGNS are permitted with written permission given by the Development Authority on Commercial/Industrial sites provided the signs:
    • are limited to one sign per 30 lineal metres of frontage and must be sited a minimum of 30 metres from each other.
    • must be located on the property to which the sign refers
    • portable signs may be approved for a maximum of six (6 ) months or one (1) year terms conditional on approved site plan and location.
    • signs for community events, community groups or organizations or departments of other governments other than the Town may with permission from the Development Authority
    • all portable signs must display a sticker stating when the sign expires. This sticker must be easily visible to an enforcement
      officer. If no sticker is in place, the sign will be removed at the expense of the advertiser and or owner of the sign. Sign must have sign owners name and phone number visible. Signs must be removed on or before expiry date.
    • any signage adjacent to Highway 60 or Highway 19 must make application through Alberta Transportation. Applications are available on their website –
    • where multi tenants are on a site the landowner must request permission for the sign(s)
    • permission for a portable sign will only be given to businesses located in Devon that hold a valid Business License.

The above regulations are summarized for the reader’s convenience. The Bylaws are always subject to their interpretation of the regulations in favor of the Town of Devon. The Town may change the signage bylaws at any time. Detailed information may be found on their website.

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