Electronic and Physical Posting Information
Landowners (or individuals authorized by the owner of land) may post land to prohibit hunting either physically, electronically or both.
The 2021 state legislature passed a bill to allow electronic posting of private land, giving landowners another option for posting private property. The law is in effect starting August 1, 2021.
To electronically post land, landowners (or individuals authorized by the owner of land) must designate the land they want posted by logging into their account on the Department's Online Services application (new accounts can be created as well) and post their land under the "Land Parcels" section (directions).
The deadline for landowners to digitally post land was July 15.
- May 18, 2021 – Open for enrollment of electronic posting
- July 15, 2021 – Deadline for landowners to digitally post land
- August 1, 2021 – Electronic posting laws go into effect
Electronic Posting Resources
- Signs must be placed alongside the public highway or the land giving notice that hunting is not permitted on the land.
- The name of the person posting the land must appear on each sign in legible characters.
- Signs must be readable from the outside of the land.
- Signs must be placed conspicuously not more than 880 yards [804.68 meters] apart.
- If land is entirely enclosed by a fence or other enclosure, posting of signs at or on all gates through the fence or enclosure constitutes a posting of all the enclosed land.