Yard Signs

Get your Vision Zero yard signs!

You've seen them pop up in traffic circles and planting strips in different neighborhoods, and now you can get your own! Check out the 5 different signs below.

Where to get a set of free signs?

You can pick up a bundle of 5 (includes 1 of each sign, plus metal stakes) at the City's Customer Service Centers in Ballard, the Central District, Lake City, Southeast, Southwest, and the University District.  This map shows them all. Most are open Monday through Saturday, but be sure to check the website for specific hours. You may also want to call ahead to confirm they have the signs you want.  Please note: the downtown location (Seattle Municipal Tower) does not have signs available.

Starting summer 2019, we've also teamed up with Seattle Parks and Recreation to have signs available at the following Community Centers:  Bitter Lake, Delridge, Miller, and Rainier. Please reach out to the center nearest you to confirm they have the signs you want.

Where can I put them?

Place signs on either your private property or in public locations that do not obstruct visibility for people traveling.

  • YES: in a traffic circle or planting strip, or on your property
  • NO: on someone else's property (without their permission), or too close to an intersection that it blocks visibility
  • 20 is plenty signs should be placed within school zones or on residential streets (the speed limit of all residential streets in Seattle is 20 MPH)

Current Sign Examples

20 is Plenty

Keep Kids Safe

Look Out for Each Other

Slow Down. Drive like you live here.

Stop for Pedestrians