“I’m 40, and I had no idea”: If you see a purple fence post, you need to know what it means.

As the weather warms and you start venturing outside, be mindful of where you walk.

If you encounter a purple fence post, it’s best to steer clear…

While property owners can hang signs to indicate private property, signs can deteriorate over time, whereas paint lasts much longer and conveys the same message effectively.

In 1987, Arkansas became the first state to implement the purple paint law.

Currently, 22 states allow landowners to mark their property boundaries with purple paint.

Though some states use different colors—Idaho and Montana use orange—the intent is the same.

Initially, many governments required landowners to use both purple paint and signs, but over time, signage requirements were dropped.

However, if you live in one of the 28 states without a purple paint law, you might be unfamiliar with its significance.

A painted post or tree indicates no trespassing.

To comply with the law, the purple stripe must be 3 to 5 feet off the ground, at least 8 inches long, and 1 inch wide. The markings must not be more than 100 feet apart.

Please share this information to ensure everyone is aware of the purple paint law.

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