Signs are fabricated and erected by the Department Transportation and Works in corridor number one along provincially maintained highways. This service applies to establishments directly involved in the tourism industry, such as hotels, motels, restaurants, craft shops, theme parks and gas stations. Convenience stores, lounges and shopping malls do not qualify.
Completed application form (9 KB) accompanied by the establishment name to be placed on the fingerboard and colour logo if logo is required.
|Urban and Rural Planning Act, 2000||Highway Sign Regulations, 1999|
|Works, Services and Transportation Act|
$143.75 (H.S.T. included) per sign, annually, includes manufacture, erection and maintenance. Applicant is notified to submit fee after the application has been approved.
Applications and Publications
- Application to Erect Signs (257 KB)
- Off Site Promotional Highway Signage Policy (73 KB)
- Off Site Promotional Highway Signage Policy – Frequently Asked Questions (47 KB)
Refer to the Government Service Centre Division’s locations page for additional contact information.
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