Selling Permits
Door-to-door selling permits are managed by the Town Clerk's Office. All other types of selling and vending permits are managed by the Building Department.

A door-to-door solicitation is defined as any attempt to make personal contact with a resident at his or her residence, without prior specific invitation by or appointment with the resident, for the primary purpose of:

  1. Seeking or asking for a gift or donation for a public entity or tax-exempt nonprofit organization exempt from federal income tax under 26 U.S.C. 501(c)(3);
  2. Soliciting the sale of goods, wares, or merchandise for present or future delivery, or the sale of services to be performed immediately or in the future, with the entire proceeds of such sale to be paid directly to, or used exclusively for the benefit of, a public entity or tax-exempt nonprofit organization exempt from federal income tax under 26 U.S.C. 501(c)(3);
  3. Personally delivered to the resident a flyer advertising a future, not-for-profit event, activity, good, or service;
  4. Proselytizing on behalf of a religious organization;
  5. Soliciting the sale of newspaper or magazine subscriptions.
  6. Never pay or donate cash.