§ 112.01  DEFINITIONS.
   For the purposes of this chapter the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   CANVASSERS.  Any person traveling door-to-door within the community, to canvass or advocate for a cause, organization or person, or any person conducting a survey, advocating a religious organization or ministry, or presenting handbills for a person, cause or organization so long as such canvassing does not involve the solicitation or request for donations.
   COMMERCIAL SOLICITORS.  Any individual, group of individuals, business entity, organization (both for-profit or not-for-profit) or any agent of such business entity or organization which travels door-to-door within the community, which either solicits or offers for sale either for present or future delivery any goods, merchandise or services, whether monies are collected at the time of such solicitation or to be paid in the future.
   DOOR-TO-DOOR. Travel by feet, motor vehicle or any other type of conveyance from house-to-house, building-to-building or door-to-door within the community. Such solicitation does not include telephone, internet or any other electronic communication. Door-to-door travel is intended to mean the personal contact between two or more individuals at a home, office or building within the community.
   NON-COMMERCIAL SOLICITORS. Any individual, group of individuals, business entity, organization (both for-profit or not-for-profit) or any agent of such business entity or organization which travels door-to-door within the community, which either solicits or requests donations for any organization, person, or cause, whether monies are collected at the time of such solicitation or to be paid in the future.
(Ord. 2011-02, passed 2-15-11)