The 2020 National Elections are here.
The Invercargill City District Plan has a number of rules that apply to signs throughout the City district and as such we have applied for and had granted a Resource Consent for all Parties to put up hoardings and other election signs.
Signs/ Election Hoardings can be erected from 18 July 2020.
You must have the approval of the owner / occupier of the property to do so and be able to present this if requested.
You can not place signs on Invercargill City Council controlled land, including all parks and reserves.
All signs must be removed the day before Election day – i.e. 18 September 2020 in accordance with the Electoral Act.
Signs can not be placed within 9 Meters of an intersection – this diagram shows our Roading team’s interpretation of this.
If you wish to use Trailer Signage you will also need to complete this permit from our Roading team.
Please send your completed form to email@example.com
You must comply with all conditions listed in the Trailer permit.
Your party must also comply with all other rules relating to Election signs.
Election Signs Complaints:
If you have a complaint about where a sign is located please contact Jeremy Bond: firstname.lastname@example.org, 03 211 1614.
If you have a complaint about the content of a sign then you will need to contact the Electoral Commission:
0800 36 76 56
PO Box 3220
Any other questions please contact Michael Morris, Deputy Electoral Officer, Invercargill City Council.
Email: Michael.Morris@icc.govt.nz Phone: 03 2111 777