Concealed Carry Signs

Public

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

Private

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
(740) 450-7074

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.)

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