(A)   It shall be unlawful for any person, whether licensed or unlicensed, while conducting the business of a canvasser, peddler or solicitor, to enter upon any residential premises in the city where the owner, occupant, or person legally in charge of the premises has:
      (1)   Posted, at the entry to the premises, or at the entry to the principal building on the premises, a sign bearing the words “No Peddlers”, “No Solicitors” or words of similar import; or
      (2)   Filed a no solicitation registration form with the city on a form furnished by the city for that purpose.
   (B)   (1)   The city will maintain a “no solicitation” list of those persons who wish to restrict solicitation on their property by canvassers, peddlers and solicitors. The no solicitation list shall be a public document and a copy of the list shall be provided to each recipient of a permit to engage in solicitation. If a canvasser chooses not to apply for an identification card, it will be the responsibility of that canvasser to obtain a copy of the no solicitation list. The no solicitation registration form furnished by the city will allow the resident to identify certain exceptions to the no solicitation list so as to allow certain individuals or groups identified by the resident to visit the resident’s home. These exceptions will be placed on the no solicitation list under the resident’s home address.
      (2)   The City Manager may periodically add, delete or modify the exceptions listed on the no solicitation registration form.
(1984 Code, § 111.072) (Ord. O-21-04, passed 3-30-2004) Penalty, see § 114.99