No Solicitation List Sign Up

In accordance with Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 101 and the by-laws of the Town of Pembroke, Article XX, Section 9.0, Section I. "No Solicitation" list:

Section I. "No Solicitation" list.
     (a) Any person, firm or corporation who is the owner or lawful tenant or occupant of any private residence within the Town of Pembroke may prohibit the practice of going in or upon the private residence of such owner or occupant, by uninvited solicitors or canvassers, as defined in this article, by placing a sign upon its property which reads "No Solicitation" in a location which is reasonably visible to persons who intend to enter upon such residential property.
     (b) Any person, firm or corporation who is the owner or lawful tenant or occupant of any private residence within the Town of Pembroke may prohibit the practice of going in or upon the private residential property and/or the private residence of such owner or occupant, by solicitors or canvassers, as defined in this article, by registering its property in accordance with Subsection (c) of this section and by posting upon each such registered residential property a sign which reads "No Solicitation" in a location which is reasonably visible to persons who intend to enter upon such residential property.
     (c) The No Solicitation List registration authorized by Subsection (b) hereof shall be made by filing a "No Solicitation Permit Form" at the office of the Board of Selectmen, on a form furnished by the Town Administrator for such purpose. The form shall be completed by the property owner or occupant, and it shall contain the following information:
               (1) Name of the person filing the form and capacity to sign, e.g., owner, tenant, occupant.
               (2) Residential address(es) for which the "no solicitation" restriction shall apply.
A resident of the Town of Pembroke may mail said form to the Town Hall, fill it out at the Town Hall or request inclusion on the "no solicitation" list by telephone call to the Selectmen’s Office. In the case of telephone request, the office shall verify that the person calling resides at the address identified by making a return telephone call to the telephone number provided for said residence.
     (d) All residences requesting inclusion on the "no solicitation" list shall be placed on said list by the Board of Selectmen’s staff.
     (e) The Police Chief shall receive an updated list with each permit approved by the Board of Selectmen and shall supply every applicant for a certificate of permit with a copy of said list.

 

Click here to print the No Soliciation List Sign Up Form - complete and sign the form and drop off to the Selectmen's office, or email a scan of the completed, signed form to the Selectmen's office at schilcott@townofpembrokemass.org.