(A)   Application. Applications for solicitation permits shall be made on a form provided by the village. The application is available by download from the village website or the Town Hall. The form must be submitted by mail or in person to the Mayor at the Village of Arlington Heights, 601 Elliott Avenue, Arlington Heights, Ohio 45215. The application should be submitted ten days in advance of the intended solicitation and village action on the application will be returned by the Mayor to the applicant by regular mail or in person when notified. Each application shall contain the name, address and phone number of the person submitting the application, a copy of a valid picture identification for the applicant, and the name, address, and phone number of the organization or employer for which he
or she purports to act, if any, the nature of the goods or services for which he or she will attempt to make sales, take orders, offer for sale, or solicit subscriptions, the dates which the applicant expects to be making solicitations within the village, and such other information as the Village Mayor may reasonably require.  No permit will be valid for more than 30 days after it is issued. 
   (B)   Background check.  The applicant authorizes a criminal background check upon himself or herself by the contracted Police Department of the village by making application for a permit and if the check reveals that the applicant or permit holder had been convicted of a crime or if a misrepresentation is made on an application for a permit, the application may be denied by the Village Mayor. 
   (C)   Group applications. An organization which desires to place a number of persons in the village simultaneously or over a period of time may make a group application to cover all of such persons, provided the information required in any application is submitted for each person.  Separate solicitation permits shall be issued to each such person.
   (D)   Fee schedule. The fee for a permit will be $100 for a 30-day permit.  This fee is non-refundable and must be paid at the time of application.  If the application is denied the fee will not be refunded. 
(Ord. 10-2019, passed 4-22-2019)