688 Hamilton St Sign By-law amendment

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The proposed signs: Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver Playhouse (2), and a parking sign.

The City of Vancouver has received an application to amend the existing Sign By-law for four signs at 688 Hamilton Street. The application proposes the following amendments:

  • Sign 1: The proposed sign will replace the smaller existing sign along W Georgia St with a 3.8 m x 2.2 m electronic static image sign and illuminated LED side panel. The proposed sign is equipped with technology to adjust sign brightness.
  • Signs 2 and 3: The proposed signs will be replacing the existing copy and screen with new copy and an electronic static image sign of the same size. Sign 2 along Hamilton Street is also proposing to add an illuminated LED-lit side panel.
  • Sign 4: The proposed sign will replacing the smaller existing sign along Cambie St with a new 4.1 m x 3.3 m free-standing electronic static image sign.


The application is being considered under the Sign By-law.


In response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we will be holding an extended online question and answer (Q&A) period in place of an in-person open house for this project.


The proposed signs: Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver Playhouse (2), and a parking sign.

The City of Vancouver has received an application to amend the existing Sign By-law for four signs at 688 Hamilton Street. The application proposes the following amendments:

  • Sign 1: The proposed sign will replace the smaller existing sign along W Georgia St with a 3.8 m x 2.2 m electronic static image sign and illuminated LED side panel. The proposed sign is equipped with technology to adjust sign brightness.
  • Signs 2 and 3: The proposed signs will be replacing the existing copy and screen with new copy and an electronic static image sign of the same size. Sign 2 along Hamilton Street is also proposing to add an illuminated LED-lit side panel.
  • Sign 4: The proposed sign will replacing the smaller existing sign along Cambie St with a new 4.1 m x 3.3 m free-standing electronic static image sign.


The application is being considered under the Sign By-law.


In response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we will be holding an extended online question and answer (Q&A) period in place of an in-person open house for this project.