Local Laws Review Update: Signs

Published 05 June 2023

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The final proposed local law from the suite of laws undergoing review is now public comment (from 5 June 2023 until 25 June 2023), asking local residents for their feedback on the proposed Local Law governing signage.

Mayor Peter Flannery said changes arising from these proposed laws reflect the feedback Council received through an extensive community consultation period in 2021.

“Signage can have a big impact on visual amenity, safety, visibility and even driving so it’s important that locals have their say,” he said.

“This Local Law specifically relates to temporary signage, but doesn’t relate to election signage, that’s regulated under a different Local Law.

“After thousands of submissions through our extensive Local Law Review process, this is the final one going back out for feedback and I want to thank everyone who has been actively engaged in this review.

“Whether you support or object to the proposed Local Laws, we want to hear from you so please let us know your thoughts on this last draft Local Law.”

To find out the status of each law and view the documents visit Council's Your Say web page

Submissions can be lodged: