Residential Solicitation Code:
What you need to know
Ordinance 2015-16, approved by City Council on July 8, 2015, repealed and reenacted the Cityâ€™s Residential Solicitation Code in order to ensure a reasonable registration method to further protect public safety. Owners or lawful occupants of private property may register their property on the Cityâ€™s â€śDo Not Solicitâ€ť list by completing a form provided by the City Clerkâ€™s office.
Each permitted solicitor is responsible for reviewing the list immediately upon issuance of their permit. They are prohibited from soliciting at those addresses registered with the Clerkâ€™s office, as well as any public or private premises in the City if a â€śNo Solicitation,â€ť â€śNo Trespassing,â€ť or other sign conveying a similar message is posted at or near the entrance or entrances to such premises.Â
Registered and authorized solicitors are required to wear a photo identification badge bearing the words â€śPermitted Solicitor.â€ť All door-to-door solicitation shall only be conducted between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and the later of 8:00 p.m., or sunset, as announced and published by the National Weather Service daily.
Contact the City Clerkâ€™s office for further information.
Melissa Greiner, CMC
City Clerk/Administrative Services Director
Michele Martin, CMC
Deputy City Clerk
PO Box 68, Black Hawk, CO 80422
201 Selak Street
Black Hawk, CO 80422
Phone: (303) 582-5221
Fax: (303) 582-0429