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Council regulates the display of certain advertising devices on public and private land via its Local Laws. This includes election signage.
Local Law 8 - Election signs(PDF, 277KB) regulates the number, size, location and timing of election signs displayed in the Moreton Bay Region.
An election sign is generally a temporary corflute sign or poster that is able, or is intended, to:
You can display an election sign for up to six weeks prior to the polling day for the election and for up to one week after the polling day for the election.
The maximum number of election signs that may be displayed at any one time is set out in the following table:
Election signs displayed on public land must be 600mm x 900mm. Election signs displayed on private land must either be 600mm x 900mm high or 900mm x 1200mm.
Election signs must not be displayed within:
Election signs must not be displayed within 20 metres of:
For information on how to calculate this 20-metre distance, see the election signs fact sheet(PDF, 684KB).
See the election signs fact sheet(PDF, 684KB) for more detail on the requirements for placement of election signage, exceptions and enforcement.