When uncooperative governments post signs to ban Texas citizens from carrying where it is legal, they are breaking the law and infringing on Texans' Second Amendment rights. Pursuant to Senate Bill 273 passed by the 84th Legislature, citizens may file complaints against these political subdivisions that unlawfully post signs prohibiting concealed weapons on property where concealed handgun license holders are legally permitted to carry.

Individuals who observe violations must first file a complaint with the government that appears to be in violation. If the entity does not remove the sign within three (3) days, citizens may file a complaint with the Texas Attorney General's Office to investigate the matter and enforce the law.

If you believe a political subdivision is unlawfully posting 30.06 signs and you have already filed a complaint with that entity, you may call The Texas Attorney General's 30.06 Hotline at (844) 584-3006, or fill out the online form.

Name
Address
Name of building where the complainant observed or received the notice
Name of the state agency or political subdivision that owns or occupies the building where the complaint observed or received the notice
Building Address
Physical address of the building where the complainant observed or received the notice
Time and date the complainant observed or received the notice
Description of where the sign is located on the premises. Please provide as much detail as possible.
One file only.
8 MB limit.
Allowed types: jpg png.
If available, please upload a photo of the sign.
One file only.
8 MB limit.
Allowed types: doc, docx, pdf.
If available, please upload a copy of the compaint sent to the government entity.