Planning & Building


All Signs Must Comply with the Sign Bylaw

Keeping the District of Summerland clean and litter free of unwanted signage and advertising is always a concern to our residents. To ensure that unwanted signs are not posted everywhere, Council enacted a Sign Bylaw to regulate the types of signs permitted.

A permit is required for the installation of new signage.

Sign Bylaw 2013-026, regulates the types of signs posted throughout the city. This includes the following:

Examples of Regulations:

  • Permit applications
  • Location of signs
  • Zoning category and duration
  • Penalties for contraventions signage
  • Size of the signage - area, height, setbacks

Examples of Signs

  • Sandwich board signs
  • Window
  • Changeable copy
  • New development or Construction
  • Inflatable and portable

Sign Bylaw No. 2013-026 Consolidated to April 11, 2022

Signage Permit Application