Signs Now Boulder offers a wide variety of services including large-format digital printing, vinyl lettering, vehicle and window lettering, stickers, decals, and much more.

From commercial and residential real estate signs to event banners to durable graphics or magnetic signs for vehicles, we can handle all of your signage needs!

We deliver on time, every time.


Our clients include some of the best known names in Boulder: NCAR, University of Colorado Boulder, Ball Aerospace, Eco-Cycle, City of Boulder and Re/Max, Wright-Kingdom to name a few. Our experience, customer service, and excellent work keeps our customers coming back over and over again. We strive to produce high quality, durable signage that exceeds expectations.


Established in 1985, Signs Now Boulder (Colorado) has been in business for over 25 years.  Signs Now is a locally owned and operated, independent sign shop. We were the first sign company in Boulder County to produce computer cut vinyl lettering. Our main objective is to produce high quality, durable products that fit the customer’s specifications.

Employee History

Suzan - Owner and shop operator. (Proud) Colorado native! After 25 years, the owner has given herself the gift of half day Fridays during the summer season. She is able to enjoy fly fishing, rafting, rocks that ‘find her’, and learning about the history of beautiful Colorado.

Jason - Since 2003 Jason has been the graphic guru. He has worked in the print and sign industry as a prepress technician and designer since 2000. He has a degree in digital arts.


We use large and small format digital printers, plotters, and state of the art materials to produce high quality signs.


We are very committed to recycling. Through the use of products like our ‘green’ latex ink cartridges and other recyclable sign materials, recycling is at the fore front of our company.  We often help clients recycle their signs by changing out letters or numbers and replacing them with their current info. For example, if a realtor changes companies, we can put their new information onto their old signs. We feel that we have a responsibility to help people reuse and recycle.