Door to Door Sales – Riverton City Code (Utah)

All you have to do is put a “No Soliciting” sign on your door — make sure it’s in a very visible area. If a door to door sales person comes knocking, you can (politely) let them know they are in violation of city code and they will be reported to the city for further action. Cheers!


5.20.170 “No solicitation” notice.
(1) Any occupant of a residence may give notice of a desire to refuse solicitors by displaying a “no solicitation” sign which shall be posted on or near the main entrance door or on or near the property line adjacent to the sidewalk leading to the residence.

(2) The display of such sign or placard shall be deemed to constitute notice to any solicitor that the inhabitant of the residence does not desire to receive and/or does not invite solicitors.

(3) It shall be the responsibility of the solicitor to check each residence for the presence of any such notice.

(4) The provisions of this section shall apply also to solicitors who are exempt from registration pursuant to the provisions of this chapter. [Ord. 9-19-06-1 § 1.]

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