Solicitor Ordinances

The District does not (and cannot) implement any rules or restrictions regarding solicitors.  However, City of Arvada ordinances regarding solicitors do apply to the Richards Farm neighborhood.

City Ordinances re soliciting

City of Arvada ordinance Section 62-61 states:

(a) The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this article, shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this section, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning:

  "Dwelling" means any building or part thereof, occupied in whole or in part, as the home residence or sleeping place of one or more persons, either continuously, permanently, temporarily or transiently.

"Soliciting at a dwelling" means to enter upon a dwelling premises for the purpose of soliciting the purchase or sale of goods or services from the occupant of a dwelling.

"Solicitor" means any person who solicits the purchase or sale of goods or services of any kind whatsoever at any dwelling within the city.

(b) It shall be unlawful for any person to solicit at a dwelling whereon a sign has been conspicuously displayed with the words "NO SOLICITORS" or "NO SOLICITING."

(c) It shall be unlawful for any solicitor to remain on a dwelling premises after the occupant requests the solicitor to leave, whether or not any "NO SOLICITORS" or "NO SOLICITING" signs have been displayed.

Complaints Regarding Solicitors

If you have any suspicions or concerns regarding solicitors, please contact the Arvada City Police immediately.