'No Knock' Ordinance Protects Residents From Unwanted Solicitations
In the above picture, Councilwoman Dina Thornton and Mayor Yaede review information for Hamilton's new 'No Knock' ordinance aimed at protecting residents from unwanted solicitations.
Tired of unwanted solicitations at your front door? Well, thanks to Mayor Yaede, Councilman Pone and Councilwoman Thornton, you now have the opportunity to stop solicitors from showing up at your door steps.
Hamilton's new "No Knock" ordinance gives residents the opportunity to prohibit solicitors, vendors and peddlers from approaching their home.
Residents can simply sign up through the links on the right side of this page. Only one person from a household needs to register (as only one decal will be set to a household).
As a reminder, the US Constitution protects the rights of religious and non-profit organizations, as well as political campaigns, to solicit; and therefore, this ordinance cannot infringe upon those protected rights.
Someone Violating 'No Knock'?
- Non-Emergency, Call Police Division at 609.581.4000
- For Emergencies ONLY, Call 9-1-1
Eileen Gore, RMC, CMC
Township of Hamilton
2090 Greenwood Ave.
Hamilton, NJ 08609