Exploring language on signs in the context of community harmony

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The City of Richmond has launched a multi-pronged outreach and education campaign to explore the issue of language on signs in the context of community harmony. The campaign responds to a referral from Council last year, which directed staff to study the issue of language on signs, undertake public and stakeholder consultation and develop recommendations for possible future regulatory, education or other measures.

Thank you to everyone who participated in the City hosted community workshop to explore the language on signage issue in the context of community harmony held on March 12, 2015. We were pleased to see so many of you in attendance.

Please visit the Document Library to view the agenda and presentations that were delivered at the workshop.

We also appreciate everyone who took the time to provide their comments on this site.

A report providing an update on signage and community harmony was presented to Richmond City Council on May 25, 2015. At that meeting, Council approved an update to Sign Bylaw No. 5560, which will include a de-cluttering regulation without a language provision.

Outreach and engagement initiatives will continue.

The City of Richmond has launched a multi-pronged outreach and education campaign to explore the issue of language on signs in the context of community harmony. The campaign responds to a referral from Council last year, which directed staff to study the issue of language on signs, undertake public and stakeholder consultation and develop recommendations for possible future regulatory, education or other measures.

Thank you to everyone who participated in the City hosted community workshop to explore the language on signage issue in the context of community harmony held on March 12, 2015. We were pleased to see so many of you in attendance.

Please visit the Document Library to view the agenda and presentations that were delivered at the workshop.

We also appreciate everyone who took the time to provide their comments on this site.

A report providing an update on signage and community harmony was presented to Richmond City Council on May 25, 2015. At that meeting, Council approved an update to Sign Bylaw No. 5560, which will include a de-cluttering regulation without a language provision.

Outreach and engagement initiatives will continue.

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