16. SIGN REGULATIONS

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1 16. SIGN REGULATIONS PART 16A PURPOSE OF CHAPTER (1) The purpose of this Chapter is to provide the minimum sign requirements regarding: (c) (d) location; type; size; and height for all properties in the City. (2) The Chapter is designed and intended to promote the public health, safety and general welfare by: protecting the character of residential, business and industrial areas throughout the City; and facilitating an easy and agreeable visual communication in the City. (3) Accordingly, this Chapter will ensure that display signs are appropriate to the land use with which they are associated, and are not excessive for the purpose they are intended. [1992/9250]

2 Page 16.2 SIGN REGULATIONS Chapter 16 PART 16B GENERAL REGULATIONS FOR ALL SIGNS 16B.1 SIGN PERMIT 1.1 PERMIT REQUIRED No sign structure shall be erected, enlarged, changed, or structurally altered except: in conformity with a legally issued sign permit; in accordance with the requirements of the Building Bylaw; and (c) the requirements of this Chapter. [1992/9250] 1.2 PERMIT REQUIREMENTS All applications for sign permits shall be made in accordance with the requirements of Chapter 18 of this Bylaw. [1992/9250] 16B.2 SIGNS PERMITTED IN ALL ZONES 2.1 GOVERNMENT SIGN Any sign erected by a duly constituted government body or organization solely for the purpose of: (c) (d) (e) public service of the City; any public undertaking of a public utility commission; any other board or commission of the City; the Province of Saskatchewan established or exercising authority under any general or specific statute of Saskatchewan; or any committee or local authority established by a Bylaw of the City; shall not be restricted. [1992/9250]

3 Chapter 16 SIGN REGULATIONS Page ANIMATION AND ILLUMINATION OF SIGN [2001/10264] (1) Except as provided in subsection (2), animation and illumination of signs shall be permitted in all zones, provided that: Such sign shall be erected in a manner so that: (i) (ii) any illumination from it is deflected away from any adjacent residential premise; and there is to be no direct illumination so as to impede vehicular traffic or interfere with traffic signals. (c) (d) Only electric illumination is permitted and shall be constructed in accordance with the provisions of the Electrical Regulations of the Province of Saskatchewan. Where a sign is illuminated, and the illumination is in operation, either the outer edge of the faces of the sign, or all those portions of the sign other than the outer edge, shall be continually lit. Notwithstanding clauses to (c), an illuminated sign which is not continually lit, may be located on the same support structure as a continually illuminated sign, provided that the continually lit sign has a surface area which is equal to or greater than the surface area of the other sign. (2) No animation or illuminated sign shall be permitted in a residential zone other than the MX - Mixed Residential Business zone. [1992/9250] 2.3 CONSTRUCTION SIGN A sign signifying the impending development of a property or the construction of a building shall: be permitted in any zone on a temporary basis only; and conform to the provisions of the National Building Code. [1992/9250] Page last amended February 2001

4 Page 16.4 SIGN REGULATIONS Chapter REAL ESTATE SIGN A sign pertaining to the sale, lease or rental of a property or building shall be permitted in any zone provided that it: is erected on the property to which it pertains; and complies with all of the restrictions in this Bylaw relating to the sign type. [1992/9250] 2.5 DIRECTIONAL SIGN A directional sign of either ground, wall or projecting type may be erected without a permit in any zone provided that it does not exceed 0.9 square metres in area. [1992/9250] 2.6 ADDRESS DESIGNATION An address designation for any building or structure which denotes only the building name, civic address and/or occupant may be erected without a permit, provided that the sign: does not exceed 0.6 square metres in area; and does not identify a home-based business, or bed and breakfast establishment; and (c) when illuminated and in operation, is continually lit. [1999/10113; ] 2.7 CANOPY OR AWNING SIGN A canopy sign or awning sign shall be permitted in all zones provided that: the minimum clearance from the ground shall be 2.5 metres; and no portion of the canopy or awning sign may be closer than 600 millimetres to a vertical line from the curb face. [1992/9250; 1995/9736] Chapter last amended March 2006

5 Chapter 16 SIGN REGULATIONS Page SMALL SIGNS Small signs advertising goods or services available on the same lot are permitted without the requirement of a permit, provided that the sign surface area of such signs shall not exceed one square metre and provided further that no such sign shall be erected or displayed closer than six metres from the street property line. [1998/10022] 16B.3 SIGN DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS Unless provided elsewhere in this Bylaw, signs shall be erected in the land use zones provided in this Bylaw in accordance with the standards specified in Table [1992/9250; 1993/9488; 1995/9736; ] 16B.4 PROHIBITED LOCATIONS No part of a sign, including electrical cords, shall be located on a public roadway, including a City-owned right-of-way, boulevard or sidewalk. [1992/9250] Page last amended December 2005

6 Page 16.6 SIGN REGULATIONS Chapter 16 PART 16C REGULATIONS FOR SPECIFIC SIGNS In addition to the provisions of Part 16B, the following sign regulations shall apply. [1992/9250] 16C.1 BILLBOARD Subject to section 16C.4.12, but notwithstanding any other provisions of this Bylaw, no person shall erect or cause to be erected, or permit a billboard sign except in accordance with the regulations in this Subpart. [1992/9250; 1998/10022; ] 1.1 PERMITTED ZONES (1) Subject to subsection (2), billboards shall be permitted only in the following land use zones: MAC, MAC3, HC, DSC, D and Industrial zones, provided that such signs comply with other provisions of this Subpart. [1995/9736] (2) Where a portion of a RR Railway zone abuts any of the zones mentioned in subsection (1), a billboard may be erected in that portion of the RR zone. The sign shall be erected along the boundary between the RR zone and the abutting MAC, MAC3, HC, DSC, D or Industrial zone. [ ] 1.2 Repealed. [2003-1] 1.3 SET BACK (1) Where a billboard is within 30 metres of a building, no part of the billboard shall be closer to the street line than the front building line. (2) When the sign is located between two buildings, both within 30 metres of the sign structure, no part of the structure shall be erected closer to any street line than a line drawn from the corners of the two buildings nearest the street. [1992/9250] 1.4 DISTANCE BETWEEN SIGNS [2001/10264] (1) Where there are two or more billboards: Page last amended June 2005

7 Chapter 16 SIGN REGULATIONS Page 16.7 on the same street; and facing the same traffic flow, they shall not be placed closer together than 90 metres. (2) Where a billboard is double-faced, each side shall be considered as facing traffic flowing in the opposite direction. (3) Notwithstanding subsection (1), at the intersection of two streets, double or single-faced signs at right angles to traffic on one street may be situated closer than 90 metres to a similarly-positioned sign across the street at right angles to traffic on the other street. [1992/9250] 1.5 SUPPORT STRUCTURE The support structure for a billboard shall be of vertical (cantilever) construction and where the back is visible, it shall be suitably painted or otherwise covered to present a neat and clean appearance. [1992/9250] 1.6 PORTABLE SIGNS USED AS BILLBOARDS [ ] Where a portable sign is used as a billboard, it shall comply with the following standards: (1) Size When a portable sign is used as a billboard, it shall have a sign surface area of not more than 6 m 2 and have a highest point when erected or displayed of 3.2 metres or less. If a portable billboard exceeds the development standards pertaining to surface area and height, it shall be classified as a permanent billboard and subject to the regulations and development standards as such. (2) Distance Between Portable Signs Used as Billboards Where a portable sign is used as a billboard, it shall be located a minimum of 45 metres from other portable signs used as billboards and can be no closer than 30 metres to permanent billboards on the same side of the street. Page last amended November 2001

8 Page 16.8 SIGN REGULATIONS Chapter 16 16C.2 ROOF SIGN Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Bylaw, no person shall erect or cause to be erected, or permit a roof sign except in accordance with the provisions of this Subpart. [1992/9250] 2.1 PERMITTED ZONES One roof sign per premise shall be permitted in the MAC, HC, DSC, and Industrial Zones. [1992/9250] 2.2 BACK-TO-BACK SIGNS Where the roof sign faces are back-to-back in a common structure, it shall be construed to be a single sign. [1992/9250] 2.3 VISUAL APPEARANCE Every roof sign shall be erected in such a manner that the support structure, guy wires, braces, and all other secondary supports are not visible, so that the roof sign appears to be an architectural component of the building, unless otherwise directed by the Development Officer. [1992/9250] 2.4 RELATIONSHIP TO BUILDING No roof sign shall extend beyond the ends or sides of the building. [1992/9250] 2.5 HEIGHT The maximum height shall be 7.5 metres above the roof or parapet. [1992/9250] 16C.3 PROJECTING SIGN Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Bylaw, no person shall erect or cause to be erected, or permit a projecting sign except in accordance with this Subpart. [1992/9250] 3.1 PERMITTED ZONES Projecting signs shall be permitted only in MAC, MAC3, HC, DSC, D, LC1, LC2, LC3, NC, and all Industrial zones. However, projecting signs shall not be permitted in the alleys of any zone. [1992/9250; 1994/9572; 1995/9736; 2001/10264] Page last amended November 2001

9 Chapter 16 SIGN REGULATIONS Page NUMERICAL RESTRICTIONS One projecting sign is permitted per street frontage, except where the frontage of the property along any one right-of-way exceeds 90 metres, in which case two projecting signs are permitted. [ ] 3.3 PERMITTED PROJECTION (1) A projecting sign may: project no more than 2.5 metres from the face of a building, but not closer to a vertical line from any curb face than 600 millimetres; and not rise more than two metres above the top of the parapet. [1992/9250] 3.4 SUPPORT STRUCTURE Every projecting sign shall be installed or erected so that there are no visible sign support structures above the roof, building, face or wall, unless otherwise directed by the Development Officer. [1992/9250] 3.5 CANTILEVER SUPPORT A cantilever support may rise 300 millimetres above the parapet, provided that where there is a space between the edge of the sign and the building space, such cantilever shall be enclosed. [1992/9250] 3.6 PERMITTED HEIGHT The minimum clear distance of the projecting sign from the ground shall be 3.4 metres. [1992/9250] 16C.4 PORTABLE SIGN Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Bylaw, no person shall erect or cause to be erected, or permit a portable sign except in accordance with the provisions of this Subpart. [1992/9250] 4.1 PERMITTED ZONES As specified in Table [1999/10110; ] Page last amended August 2014

10 Page SIGN REGULATIONS Chapter PERMITTED LOCATION No person, including the sign owner, shall display any portable advertising device or sign on the exterior of a building or lot without first obtaining a registration permit from the Development Officer. [1992/9250] 4.3 PROHIBITED LOCATION Refer to Subpart 16B.4, above. 4.4 PERMITS (1) Every owner of a portable sign shall obtain a permit from the City of Regina for each sign which they intend to display within the City limits. (2) Permits shall be issued on an annual basis upon payment by the sign owner of the appropriate registration fee. The registration date shall be July 1 of each year. [ ] 4.5 FEES Registration fees shall be as provided in Chapter 18. [1992/9250] 4.6 REGISTRATION STICKER Each portable sign deployed in the City must display a current registration sticker. A registration sticker shall not be transferable from one sign to another. The sticker shall be permanently affixed in the top one-third of the sign on the end or face closest to the street. [1992/9250; 2001/10264] 4.7 OWNER S RESPONSIBILITY The owner of the sign shall be held responsible for ensuring compliance with this Bylaw. [1992/9250] 4.8 NUMBER OF SIGNS PER LOT Refer to Subsection 16D.1(2). [1999/10113] 4.9 DISTANCE BETWEEN SIGNS Where more than one sign is erected pursuant to subsection 16D.1(2), the distance between any two signs shall be, at least, the average height of the two signs. [1999/10113] Page last amended August 2014

11 Chapter 16 SIGN REGULATIONS Page ILLUMINATION Portable signs may be illuminated, in accordance with section 2.2 of Subpart 16B.2 of this Bylaw, but shall not be animated. [1992/9250] 4.11 COMPLIANCE WITH OTHER REGULATIONS All electrical components of portable signs (excluding the trailer frame) shall conform to regulations made under The Electrical Inspections Act of Saskatchewan and to all applicable Canadian Standards Association (CSA) standards. [1998/10022] 4.12 Notwithstanding sections 16C.4.1, 16C.4.8, and 16C.4.9, where a portable sign also meets the definition of a billboard, the regulations set forth in subsections 16C.1.1 and 16C.1.6 apply to such portable sign. [1998/10022; ] 4.13 No portable sign shall be erected or displayed within a vehicle parking space required by this Bylaw. [1998/10022] 4.14 OWNER NAME PLATE The name and telephone number of the sign owner shall be clearly provided on each portable sign displayed within the City limits. [2001/10264] 16C.5 INFLATABLE SIGN [2003-1] Notwithstanding any other provision of this Bylaw, no person shall use an inflatable sign except in accordance with the provisions of this Subpart. [1992/9250; ] 5.1 PERMITTED LOCATIONS An inflatable sign shall be permitted only in DSC, HC, LC1, LC2, MAC, MAC3, MS, and all industrial zones. [1992/9250; ] 5.2 NUMERICAL RESTRICTIONS No more than one inflatable sign shall be used on a single lot, in addition to other permitted types of sign. [1992/9250; ] Page last amended January 2003

12 Page SIGN REGULATIONS Chapter 16 PART 16D ADDITIONAL REGULATIONS FOR ALL SIGNS 16D.1 GROUND SIGNS AND SECONDARY SIGNS (1) In any zone except Residential and Special Zones, where the longest lot line abutting a street exceeds 90 metres, one additional ground sign may be erected on the lot for each additional 90 metres, or portion thereof, of that lot line. [1999/10113] (2) In any zone except Residential Zones, one secondary sign is permitted per lot line abutting a street. Where the lot line abutting a street exceeds 90 metres in length, one additional secondary sign is permitted for each additional 90 metres, or part thereof, of that lot line. [1999/10113] (3) Secondary signs meeting the definition of portable signs shall also conform to the regulations set forth in Subpart 16C.4. [1998/10022; 1999/10113] 16D.2 COMBINING SURFACE AREAS FOR PERMITTED GROUND SIGN Where two or more ground signs are permitted, the allowable surface area of the two signs may be combined into one sign. [1992/9250] 16D.3 ROTATING SIGN Except in Residential and Special zones, a rotating ground sign may be erected in place of an otherwise permitted ground sign. [1992/9250] 16D.4 WASCANA CENTRE (WC) ZONE Notwithstanding any of the provisions of this Chapter, signs in the WC Wascana Centre zone shall be regulated by The Wascana Centre Act. [1992/9250]

13 Chapter 16 SIGN REGULATIONS Page D.5 PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD) ZONE Notwithstanding any provision in this Chapter, signs in a PUD - Planned Unit Development zone shall be regulated in accordance with the applicable provisions of The Planning and Development Act, 2007.[ ]

14 Page last amended March 2007 SIGN TYPE Free Standing Sign 3 TABLE 16.1: SIGN DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS 4 (1999/10113; 2001/10264; ; ) ALL RESIDENTIAL ZONES LAND USE ZONE AND STANDARDS NC, LC3, LC2, LC1, MX AND MS ZONES DOWNTOWN HC DSC, MAC, MAC3, AND ALL INDUSTRIAL ZONES SPECIAL ZONES* A B C A B C A B C A B C A B C A B C 1 0.6m 2** 1m 2 for Uses 1.8 m Rotating Not Permitted See Sign 3 Note #1 Wall Sign 1 0.6m 2** Billboard Sign 1m 2 for Uses n/a 1 5m 2 in NC and MX 7m 2 in Zones 5m in NC and MX 8.5m in Zones 5m 2 8.5m in MS 5m in Zones 1 10m 2 10m 1 24m 2 14m 1 15m 2 12m 1 0.6m 2** See note #1 10m 2 10m See note #1 Unrestricted 24m 2 14m See Note #1 5m 2 for Uses 15m 2 12m Not Permitted 1 0.6m 2** 5m 2 for Uses Not Permitted Not Permitted Permitted, Regulations provided in Subpart 16C.1 Not Permitted + Roof Sign Not Permitted Not Permitted Permitted, Regulations provided in Subpart 16C.2 Not Permitted Projecting Sign Not Permitted Permitted Except in MX and MS zones Portable Not Permitted On-Site Advertising Only Sign 3 Regulations provided in Subpart 16C.4 Secondary Sign 3 Not Permitted Permitted, Regulations provided in Subpart 16D.1 Key: Permitted, Regulations provided in Subpart 16C.3 Permitted, Regulations provided in Subpart 16C.4 Not Permitted 1.8m ** 4m for Uses n/a On-Site Advertising Only Regulations provided in Subpart 16C.4 A = Number of Signs Per Lot B = Surface Area C = Height #1 = See Subpart 16D.3 * = Except WC, PUD, C, and DCD zones. For WC and PUD zones, see Subparts 16D.4 and 16D.5 respectively. For C zones, refer to the specific contract zoning agreement. For DCD zones, refer to the specific zone regulations in Subpart 9C.3. Signs in FW zones are also subject to the construction standards in Subpart 9C.4. + = Except in portions of RR zones abutting zones where they are permitted, in which case the provisions of subsection 16C.1 apply ** = House Form Commercial [ ] n/a = Not applicable 3 = Signs shall be set back a minimum of 300 millimetres from any property line 4 = Standards do not apply to home-based businesses, or bed and breakfast establishments. See Part 6D. Page SIGN REGULATIONS Chapter 16

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