How to secure your event’s Sign space at the downtown Pemberton roundabout

It can be tricky spreading the word about an upcoming event, and without a doubt, the most prime real estate (imagine a marriage proposal?!?) is the Village of Pemberton’s sign at the roundabout.

Demand is high (and that’s even without marriage proposals or 40th birthday announcements), so the Village has adopted a slightly more rigorous policy to manage the space and the new structure.

Here are the details. Signs must be:

  • 122 cm x 244 cm (4 ft. x 8 ft.) (so they fit in the brackets and don’t damage the structure. If it’s smaller, it won’t fit the brackets and can’t be displayed.)
  • Printed on chloroplast or plywood with a waterproof print or paint application
  • Readable from at least 6 metres (20 feet) away
  • Include who, what, where, when and why
  • Displayed only for one week rotation from Monday to Monday. (Additional days at Village’s discretion, depending on availability.)
  • Picked up from the Village Office after it has been taken down
  • Booked in advance. Don’t leave it until the last minute to request your rotation, because advertising on the Roundabout sign is very popular.

If you have a recurring event, get a sign that can be updated each year with dates/times. Check in with the Village before having it made, to make sure your sign meets guidelines.

Contact Sheena Fraser, Manager of Corporate & Legislative Services, via, if you have questions.

Details on the application process and required fee (a $20 refundable deposit) can now be found at the link provided: