The Town of Regina Beach has undertaken a Sign Corridor Revitalization Project. This project has been undertaken to enhance the promotion of local businesses within our community and surrounding area.
Sign corridors are established for communities, as per The Erection of Signs Adjacent to Provincial Highways Regulations, 1986, to provide for private off-premise signs to be erected to advertise goods and services of local area enterprises or organizations that are located within or adjacent (10 km) to the community for which the corridor was established.
The Town Council has passed the Sign Corridor Established Rules Policy to apply standards to procedure and operation of our sign corridor using the Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructures Roadside Management Manual and the Erection of Signs Adjacent to Provincial Highways Regulations, 1986. This will give structure and equal treatment to local businesses wishing to have a sign in the corridor.
Signs in the current corridor will be required to be removed and application to lease a spot in the new sign corridor will need to be completed. There are a limited number of spots available within the limits of the Town of Regina Beach Sign Corridor.
Signs currently erected will need to be removed to accommodate new sign posts to be installed. If you currently have a sign in the corridor, it would be appreciated if these could be removed by May 15, 2019. The Town will remove any signs remaining after this date placing them at the town shop. The signs will be held for a period of 30 days for retrieval.
For your convenience a copy of the new Established Rules along with an application are available on our website under our Bylaws and Policies page and at the Town Office. You can also find copies of the Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructures Roadside Management Manual and the Erection of Signs Adjacent to Provincial Highways Regulations, 1986.
Initial intake of applications will close on May 15, 2019.
Applications will be processed, and spots will be awarded based on Sign Priority as outlined in the Sign Corridor Established Rules Policy and date of application.
All applicants will be contacted as to the status of their application.
The Town will be making efforts to undertake sign installation prior to July 1, 2019.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the office at 306-729-2202 or [email protected]. We look forward to working with our community businesses.