Signage identifying municipal addresses is essential for emergency services and other core services provided by the County. Posting your municipal address sign in a clear, visible location will ensure optimum response from County services. Municipal address signs are available from the Beaver County Service Center.
If you do not have a municipal address sign posted, the sign specifications are as follows:
In Rural Areas
Owners must post a sign with the complete address when the property is accessed directly from a township or range road. Letters must be a minimum of four inches high and made of reflective material.
Owners must post their three-digit address number in a conspicuous place no higher than the first story of the house. Numbers must be a minimum of four inches high.
In Multi-Lot Subdivisions with an Internal Road
Owners must post their municipal house number at the end of their driveway. The County will post the complete address at the entrance to the subdivision. Numbers must be a minimum of six inches high and made of reflective material.
Read more about municipal address signs in Beaver County:
Beaver County Council approved Municipal Addressing Bylaw 10-970 which revised Bylaw 00-816 to increase the fines for non-compliance from $25 to $100 for the first offence and from $100 to $300 per day for subsequent offences.
Beaver County will be enforcing Bylaw 10-970 and will begin issuing fines to all non-compliant households. The fines for non-compliance are $100 for the first offence and $300 per day for subsequent offences.