Proposed Signage

A new law requires the Attorney General to create signs that can be used to ban the open carry of firearms in buildings. This law (HB 2578) takes effect on July 1, 2014.

Download a summary of these changes. (pdf)

Please consult the following charts to determine the appropriate signage for your building:

Private Buildings

  Concealed Carry Allowed
Concealed Carry Prohibited
Open Carry Allowed
 No sign required.
Open Carry Allowed, Concealed Carry Prohibited
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OR
  Supplemental Text for
Current Signs

Open Carry Prohibited
Open Carry Prohibited
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Exempt State or Municipal Buildings

  Concealed Carry Allowed
Concealed Carry Prohibited
Open Carry Allowed
 No sign required.
State or Municipal Building - Open Allowd, Concealed Prohibited
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  OR
  Supplemental Text for
Current Signs

Open Carry Prohibited
Open Carry Prohibited
Click here to download.


Click here to download

Proposed Regulations

The Attorney General has submitted these signs for approval as temporary regulations. These signage regulations were approved by the State Rules and Regulations Board on June 30, 2014, and take effect on July 1, 2014.


The Attorney General has also submitted proposed permanent regulations adopting these signs. A public comment period is now open for at least 60 days on these proposed regulations. In the coming months, a public hearing will be scheduled to get public input on these proposed regulations. Please check back on this website for more information when the public hearing has been scheduled.

You may also submit comments in writing to:

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt
120 SW 10th Avenue, 2nd Floor
Topeka, KS 66612-1597