Permit to Place Signs - Victoria

Service summary

You will require this licence if you intend to erect, place or remove an advertising sign, banner or notice on a building, road or footpath. For example, approval may be required for the placement of A-frame sandwich boards, business signage on a building, temporary or movable / mobile signs. Signs also include banners or flag-like materials and signs affixed to buildings, fences, trees and other council property.

Approval may also be required for the use of commercial signage mounted on vehicles and / or trailers. It is recommended that you contact your local council prior to erecting, placing or affixing any type of signage

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Eligibility requirements

Please consult the responsible council for more information regarding eligibility requirements.

Duration

A permit will expire on 30 June each year

Fees

 TypeAmountDescription
ApplyApplication$71.00

Fees for 2016-17.

Application$193.00

Fees for 2016-17.

Other resources

Administering agency

Strathbogie Shire Council

Act(s) name

Local Government Act 1989 (Victoria)

Local law(s) name

Community Local Law 6 2010

Contact details

Local Laws Officer
Strathbogie Shire Council


Operating address:
109a Binney Street
Euroa, Victoria 3666
Mailing address:
PO BOX 177
Euroa, Victoria 3666

Toll Free:

1800 065 993
info@strathbogie.vic.gov.au

Website:

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Supporting information

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