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Elections - Signage Notification
Election signs may only be displayed during a candidate's campaign period.
Town of Fort Erie Sign By-law No. 42-99 states as follows:
Section 7 – Election Signs
7.1 Election signs may be placed on the untravelled part of Municipal or Regional road allowances, provided sightlines at intersections and driveway entrances are not obstructed.
7.2 Any election signs erected within the Town must comply with the Municipal Act and all other applicable laws.
7.3 No election sign shall be placed on any municipal property such as Municipal Centre, parks, beaches, cemeteries, museums, libraries and the like or any road allowance abutting municipal property.
7.4 No election signs shall be affixed to any tree that is situated within a Municipal or Regional road allowance.
7.5 All other applicable sections of this by-law apply for any other type of sign other than the traditional residential "lawn" sign used in elections, such as billboards, electronic, flashing, etc.
The Municipal Elections Act states that no person shall display a candidate’s election campaign material or literature in a voting place. Voting place means the entire real property, both inside and outside.
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