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Community Signs

A green road sign announcing our Town in 1km.

Community Advance Signs

The Government of Saskatchewan may provide Community Advance signs for eligible communities with motorist services and recreational/cultural facilities tabs installed below on a cost recovery basis.

Community Advance Signs Policy (Adjacent to Highway)

Community Advance Signs Policy (Connected to Highway)

Community Advance Signs Application

Sign Corridor

A community sign corridor is a strip of rural land that is adjacent to a provincial highway, operated by others, for business or organization signs.

Sign Corridor Policy

Sign Corridor Application

Urban Route Map

The urban route map turnouts is to assist in the promotion of the community, promote local recreational and cultural facilities and to encourage visitors to stop or stay in the community. These signs may also provide educational and other information regarding the community such as the history, local bylaws and provide information so that the visitor can navigate into and/or through the community with a degree of confidence and a sense of orientation.

Urban Route Map Policy

Community Promotional

Community Promotional signs are intended to be unique structures that reflect the individuality of the community. The sign names the community and may include a slogan or message.

Community Promotional Policy

Community Promotional Application

Community Attraction/Events

Urban municipalities can apply for official signs promoting tourist attractions and other events within their community.

Community Attraction/Events Policy

Community Attraction/Events Application

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