The City of Toronto has is holding a final public meeting to discuss proposed changes to sign regulations related to electronic and illuminated signs and billboards.
Last year, the city began a comprehensive study that included a planning and design review, an update of traffic safety implications, and a poll to assess public opinion in Toronto towards electronic and illuminated signs.
Based on the study findings and public input, changes to Toronto’s sign regulations have been proposed and were introduced at the December 4 meeting of the Planning and Growth Management Committee. You can read that report here.
A public meeting will take place Monday March 10 at Toronto City Hall (100 Queen Street West, in the Council Chamber), 6 p.m.
Attendees will be able to speak with staff, ask questions, and provide feedback and ideas. Those unable to attend in person can provide comments by emailing email@example.com.
For more information, please visit http://www.toronto.ca/signbylawunit.