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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 1. Administration
Agency 30. Department Of General Services
Chapter 105. Regulations Banning Concealed Firearms in Offices Owned or Occupied by Executive Branch Agencies
10/24/2021

1VAC30-105-60. Posting of signs.

A. Posting location. Signs shall be posted at all state offices indicating the prohibition against carrying concealed firearms. Where the entire premises are owned or occupied by an executive branch agency, signs shall be displayed at every entrance. Where only a portion of the premises are leased for an executive branch agency, the signs shall be displayed within the leased space. If an executive branch agency is using an office open to others, temporary signs shall be displayed at or near the entry to the office during the time the office is being used exclusively for Commonwealth sponsored functions or activities while such functions are taking place.

B. Size and design. Signs shall be of a size and design approved by the Department of General Services. Agencies shall be responsible for obtaining signage design from the Department of General Services and for posting of the signs.

Statutory Authority

§ 2.2-1102 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 33, Issue 9, eff. January 27, 2017.

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