(a)   The owners or occupants of any residence or place of business may evidence a determination to refuse to receive any uninvited peddlers, solicitors, or canvassers by displaying a weatherproof card, decal, or sign not less than three inches by four inches in size nor more than one square foot in total surface area upon or near the main entrance door to the residence or place of business, containing the words “No Peddlers, Solicitors, or Canvassers Invited,” or other similar language conveying the same message, printed in letters at least one-third inch in height. Any such weatherproof card, decal or sign which complies with the requirements of this section shall be exempt from any additional or different requirements contained in the provisions of the Zoning Ordinance.
   (b)   No person shall go upon any premises and ring the doorbell, rap or knock upon any door, or create any sound in any other manner calculated to attract the attention of any occupant of such residence or place of business for the purpose of securing an audience with the occupants thereof to engage in canvassing, peddling or soliciting when a notice displaying the statement “No Peddlers, Solicitors, or Canvassers Invited” or other similar statement is displayed.
(Ord. 6470. Passed 6-17-14.)