23-143 Conduct.

A.    No solicitor shall:

1.    Fail to immediately leave the premises after observing a sign or notice prohibiting soliciting.

2.    Open a door or gate that bears a sign or notice prohibiting soliciting.

3.    Pass through an open door or gate that bears a sign or notice prohibiting soliciting.

B.    No person, who goes from door to door in a residential neighborhood, without an invitation, seeking to speak with one or more of the occupants thereof, shall:

1.    Fail to immediately leave the premises after receiving a request from any person on the premises to do so.

2.    Fail to immediately leave the premises after observing a sign or notice prohibiting trespassing.

3.    Open a door or gate that bears a sign or notice prohibiting trespassing.

4.    Pass through an open door or gate that bears a sign or notice prohibiting trespassing.

5.    Make physical contact with any window of a building or other structure on private property.

6.    Falsely claim to have a business, regulatory or tax license issued by any local, state or federal government.

(Ord. No. G-5593, § 5, adopted 3-2-2011, eff. 4-1-2011)