Shorewood on the Sound’s annual Streets of Garage Sales will be returning Saturday, June 1, 2024, with over 15 garage sales within a 1-square mile area (see map below).

Annually, over 15 households – more if you count neighbors and families who combined – participate in the popular Streets of Garage Sales.

This neighborhood-wide event will run from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Hundreds, if not over 1,000 people, come searching for treasures amongst locals’ wares. Many do not go away empty-handed.

Enjoy yourself, but please observe these rules:

  • Obey all street signs and posted speed limits.
  • No parking in yards or on any other grassy areas. Please park along the road or in driveways if applicable but try not to block in others attending this sale.
  • All sales are final — this event is for one day only.
  • Keep your children in sight — Shorewood already has plenty of children. We don’t need extras and you might miss them!!
  • DO buy all you can carry — extra trips are allowed at this buffet.
  • DO tell all your friends and neighbors.
  • DO bring cash — credit cards are not accepted. Individual sellers have the right to make the decision on accepting checks.
  • DO shop with a smile…..occasional grinning and outbursts of excitement on finding a deal are encouraged.
  • This event ends promptly at 4 p.m. unless prior arrangements have been made with the homeowner.
Scan this QR code to see a map of participating houses.

WHAT: Huge neighborhood garage sale, celebrating over 20 years of bargains!

WHEN: Saturday, June 1, 2024, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

WHERE: Shorewood on the Sound, Burien; map of participating houses:

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