Board Bill Number 29 In Session 2023-2024

Prohibiting Persons from Openly Carrying or Displaying Firearm


The proposed bill will prohibit persons from openly carrying or displaying any firearm readily capable of lethal use within the City unless the person possesses a valid concealed carry endorsement or permit as provided herein on their person or fails to present such endorsement or permit upon demand by a law enforcement officer.


Latest Bill text:


Session: 2023-2024

Introduced: 05/19/2023

Primary Sponsors: Cara Spencer

Latest Activity: Register Returns Notice with Ordinance Number

Ordinance: 71717 effective 07/24/2023

Legislative History

Legislative activities and outcomes for this board bill. Learn more about what these activities mean.

  • 05/19/2023

    First Reading

    Bill text was introduced (111.17 KB PDF).

  • 05/19/2023

    Referred to a Committee

    The bill was assigned to the Public Safety Committee.

  • 06/01/2023

    Committee Hearing

    The bill was held in committee during the Public Safety Committee hearing.

  • 07/06/2023

    Committee Hearing

    The bill was passed out of committee with a recommendation of do pass during the Public Safety Committee hearing.

    The bill text was changed:

  • 07/07/2023

    Second Reading

  • 07/07/2023


    The bill was placed on the informal calendar.

  • 07/14/2023


    The bill was passed.

  • 07/20/2023


    The bill was engrossed during the Engrossment, Rules, Resolutions and Credentials Committee.

  • 07/20/2023

    Third Reading

    The bill was passed.

  • 07/20/2023

    Delivered to Mayor

  • 08/03/2023

    Mayor Returns Bill

    The bill was approved.

  • 08/04/2023

    Delivered to Register

  • 08/11/2023

    Register Returns Notice with Ordinance Number

    Register returns ordinance number 71717. Effective date is 07/24/2023


07/20/2023 Vote Results

Aye Votes 14
No Votes 0
Final Passage Vote

View vote details


Ordinance Number: 71717

Effective Date: 07/24/2023

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