Solicitor Ordinances

The metro district does not (and cannot) implement any rules or restrictions regarding solicitors.  However, Commerce City ordinances regarding solicitors does apply to the Reunion neighborhood.

Commerce City Ordinances - Circulars and Printed Materials

Commerce City ordinance Section 6-2001 states:

“It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to place on or in, fasten, affix or attach to private property, including motor vehicles and other personal property, in any way, any commercial or noncommercial circular, without the permission of the owner or occupants of such property. Permission to fasten such materials to the entrances of private residences shall be implied from the presence of an improved walkway connecting such residence directly to a public right-of-way unless:

  1. Access to such walkway is physically restricted by a fence, gate or other permanent structure; or
  2. A "No Trespassing" or "No Solicitation" sign or a sign prohibiting posting is posted at or near the entrance to such residence.

Commerce City classifies violations of Section 6-2001 as civil infractions subject to fines of up to one thousand dollars ($1,000).  Violators may also be required to pay all costs incurred by the City to review and address the civil infraction.  However, violators are not subject to imprisonment unless such individuals are convicted of three or more such violations within a 12 month period of time.

Complaints Regarding Solicitors

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