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It shall be unlawful for any person to engage in solicitation in any place to which the public or a substantial part of the public has access, including streets, highways, transportation facilities, schools, places of amusement, parks, playgrounds and the common areas of public and private buildings and facilities, including parking lots or any other area intended for use by the public in any of the following circumstances:
A. To solicit funds or business on any private or residential property after having been asked to leave, or to refrain from soliciting, by the owner or other person lawfully in possession of the real property.
B. Without permission of the owner or other person lawfully in possession of the real property, to solicit within twenty feet (20') of any automated teller machine. Provided, however, that when an automated teller machine is located within an enclosed automated teller machine facility, the distance shall be measured from the entrance or exit of the facility.
C. To solicit for funds or business in or upon any public transportation vehicle or public transportation facility, at any bus stop or in any public parking lot, structure or other parking facility operated by a public agency.
D. To solicit for funds or business activity within ten feet (10') of an entrance to a building fronting upon public property or a public highway as defined by Idaho law, unless permission is expressly granted by the owner of the abutting business.
E. To solicit funds or business activity from any person entering or exiting a parked motor vehicle or in a motor vehicle stopped on a public street.
F. To solicit funds or business activity from any person located within the patio or sidewalk area of a retail business establishment that serves food and/or drink.
G. To solicit funds or business activity from one-half (1/2) hour after sunset until one-half (1/2) hour before sunrise, except as may be otherwise allowed at any time on private property by permission of the business and/or landowner. (Ord. 530, 10-22-2013, eff. 12-1-2013)