The White Rock Sign Bylaw, 2010, No. 1923 (PDF), regulates the type, placement, maintenance and repair of signs within the City. The goals of the Sign Bylaw are to:
Enable fair and consistent enforcement of sign regulations
Ensure that signage does not compromise pedestrian and traffic safety
Reflect the aesthetic standards and enhance the appearance and unique identity of the City
Support the viability of local businesses by providing sufficient advertising opportunity
A sign permit is required for all new permanent signs, temporary signs including sandwich boards and promotional banners and the re-facing of existing signs. Further information is located at our Resources and Documents page.