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In short the answer is no. While these signs can serve as an additional deterrent case law has established that each homeowner or resident must speak for themselves and a blanket prohibition is not enforceable.
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Yes! The City requires solicitors, who are regulated by the ordinance to abide by no soliciting signs posted at the entry of a residence. Additionally the ordinance provides for a "No Solicitation Registry" whereby a resident may place their address on the city's no solicitation registry by completing a form available on the City website. The no solicitation list will be provided to solicitors upon their receiving a permit.