It’s hard not to miss them, the majority black with fluorescent lettering. Temporary signs on public land advertise everything from minor hockey registration to community meetings.
The city is looking to update it’s sign bylaw after a decade and a half and wants to hear from the public about their views on temporary signs on public property.
An online survey is on the city’s website asking people about the size of signs, where they’re placed and how they influence people, are they a distraction or just part of the city landscape.
The survey is on line until October 24th and the information collected will be reviewed as well as looking at what other cities do with an updated bylaw going to council early next year.