Anyone can purchase old street signs from the city of Seattle, Washington, according to the Seattle Department of Transportation. The city is offering signs for sale as it removes them and installs new signage, a process it expects to complete in 2016. Prices depend on the signs and their condition.
The Seattle DOT has an online inventory of signs available at Seattle.gov under Warehousing Services, Miscellaneous Items and Equipment. The public can purchase signs at the city’s surplus warehouse at 3807 Second Ave. S, Monday through Friday during normal business hours.
As of March 2015, the city of Perryville, Missouri, is offering street signs for sale, as are other cities undergoing sign replacements, reports the Perryville News. Anyone interested in a sign should call the Perryville Public Works department at 573-547-2594. At the end of the two-year replacement project, the city plans to hold one final sale and take any remaining signs to a recycling facility.