Maybe you’ve noticed—we’re kind of into signs here at SDOT.
We’ve been getting a lot of requests lately for our Vision Zero yard signs. We’ve seen them popping up in traffic circles and planting strips in neighborhoods across the city. And you can get your very own.
Get a sign of your own at one of the city’s six 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.
There are 4 different sign options, and you can get up to 6 total signs, depending on supply.
These signs are one small part of our Vision Zero education efforts to get more people traveling safely as we work toward a broader goal of ending traffic deaths and serious injuries on Seattle streets by 2030.
Questions about Vision Zero education and outreach efforts? Contact SDOT’s Allison Schwartz at firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 386-4654.