Concealed Carry Signs
Pursuant to ORC 2923.1212 signs shall be posted in conspicuous places, prohibiting persons from carrying a firearm into:
All public prohibited places listed in Prohibited Places Section
Pursuant to ORC 2923.126(C)(1) private employers may post signs prohibiting carrying a firearm into their business, except that:
In order for a law enforcement officer to enforce an employer’s rule, policy, practice, a sign must be posted in a conspicuous place.
Below is a sample of the sign which may be posted warning persons NOT to enter the premises where the sign appears while carrying a firearm. THIS sign cannot be used by schools or at courthouses. THIS sign must be posted in a conspicuous place per ORC 2923.126(C)(1).
Signs are available at Sign Pro of Southeastern Ohio – 959 Linden Avenue, Zanesville, OH
Signs may also be obtained from other sources, as long as the recommended format
and wording outlined in the Ohio Revised Code is adhered to.
(It is no longer a “criminal offense” for a CCW licensee to carry into a posted private parking lot, however CAN BE sued civilly.)