Chapter 5.36


5.36.010    Repealed by Ord. 95-08 § 1.

5.36.020    Repealed by Ord. 95-08 § 1.

5.36.030    Repealed by Ord. 95-08 § 1.

5.36.040    Distribution of literature to unwilling recipients.

5.36.010 Repealed by Ord. 95-08 § 1.

5.36.020 Repealed by Ord. 95-08 § 1.

5.36.030 Repealed by Ord. 95-08 § 1.


No persons shall distribute or throw upon any street or upon any private yard, lawn, driveway, sidewalk, porch, or steps, nor shall any person hang upon, affix to or otherwise distribute to any residence, or upon or in any part of any structure or upon any vacant property in the city any printed or written literature of any kind whatsoever, including newspapers, handbills, posters, advertisements, or doorhangers, if the intended recipient thereof, or the owner, occupant, or resident of any property where such literature is left or intended to be left has notified the distributor or disseminator of such material that they do not wish to receive such literature. Such notice may be given to a distributor or disseminator of printed or written material by one or more of the following means:

(1)    By posting on the property on or near the front door or main entrance thereof, or on or near the entrance of any individual dwelling unit, a sign stating “no handbills” or “no solicitors” or words of similar meaning;

(2)    By written or oral communication to the distributor or disseminator of such material. The distributor or disseminator of such material shall keep a record of all such notices.

(Ord. 97-12 § 1, 1997: Ord. 95-08 § 2, 1995: Ord. 76-40 § 2 (part), 1976).