Learn how to place a portable sign on road right-of-way and where.
Temporary Portable Sign Program
The City of Edmonton Temporary Portable Sign Program provides space for advertising information about community events or charitable causes on the City’s road right-of-way. The program enables portable signs to be placed at designated non-profit sign locations via a collaboration between community organizations and temporary portable sign companies that have an active agreement with the City of Edmonton.
A non-profit corporation, society or co-operative such as community associations, sport or recreation clubs, faith-based organizations, arts and cultural groups and volunteer organizations that have active registration with the Government of Alberta, Corporation Registration System (CORES) or are listed with the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA) as an active charity
A school established under the School Act or the Post-secondary Learning Act
An Alberta Approved Farmers’ Markets that has been approved by Alberta Agriculture and Forestry and as such meets the requirements of the program guidelines that have been approved by the Minister
Portable signs for organizations are only allowed at pre-approved locations designated as Non-Profit Sign Locations.
Temporary Portable Signs on Private Property
This program does not address portable signs on private property. The use of portable signs on titled lands is governed by Zoning Bylaw 12800. For more information, please visit Temporary Signs on private property.