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Not necessarily. The list is automatically updated every Monday at 12:00 AM. This means that if you register on a Tuesday your address will not be active on the list until the following Monday at 12:00 AM.
No. The registry is available to residential homeowners who wish to make the individual decision to prohibit commercial door to door sales calls at their homes. Attempts to register large numbers of addresses will be identified by the system.
No, the two things are different. The Do Not Knock list requires only that you register your home on line. The No Solicitation sign is necessary for the successful prosecution of trespass offenses, such as defiant trespass.
Yes. There is an identification badge that must be worn by commercial door to door sales persons and must be visible to homeowners. The badge is issued by the Police Department when the license is issued.
In the initial year, your registration will expire on December 31, 2018. For each year thereafter, the registration will expire on the calendar year by December 31, at which time the list will be purged. You must take the initiative to register each year. An enrollment period will open on November 1, 2018 for the 2019 registry, and so on.