Rural Addressing

Rural Addressing

Mail Delivery

Rural addresses are different than your postal address or your legal land description.  Rural address signs are provided by Camrose County and clearly identify your rural address for emergency services. 

Contact the County Office if you need a rural addressing sign for your property.

Contact Alberta One Call for line location before installing any sign posts.

Signs shall be placed within 6.1 meters (20 feet) on either side of the shoulder of the driveway (approach) and located 1 meter (3.3 feet) from the property boundary either within the property boundary or within the road right-of-way boundary. The sign shall be no lower than 1 meter (3.3 feet) from ground level (measured from bottom of sign) and no higher than 2 meters (6.6 feet) from ground level (measured from top of sign).

Rural Route mail delivery is available in most areas of Camrose County.  Contact Canada Post to confirm delivery or to set up a post office box at your nearest Canada Post location.


Rural Addressing Information

Rural Addressing Application Form

Rural Addressing Bylaw