Maryland State and Local Weapons Laws

Washington County

-Washington County Parks and Recreation Policies - "NO Weapons"

Boonsboro
-Ordinance 2006-01; Park Security
-Ordinance 2020-04; An Ordinance Enacting the Civil Emergency Plan of the Town of Boonsboro, § 5 - Orders Authorized (G) and (H) (p 4)

Hagerstown
-Park Rules, 17.
-Part II: General Legislation, Chapter 173 Peace and Good Order, § 173-11 Firearms and other weapons.

Hancock
-Part II: General Legislation, Chapter 183 Emergency Management, § 183-1 General provisions and definitions. (E)(2)
-Part II: General Legislation, Chapter 202 Firearms

Sharpsburg
-Code of Ordinances, Chapter 10 - Firearms (p 10-1)

Smithsburg
-Part II: General Legislation, Chapter 202 Firearms and Weapons

Williamsport
-Part 3: Codes Continued, Chapter 9 Civil Emergencies, § 1(D)(6) and (7) (p 2)
-Part 3: Codes Continued, Chapter 9 Civil Emergencies, § 1(E)(2) and (3)
-Part 3: Codes Continued, Chapter 17 Firearms and Weapons Ordinance


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