August 5, 2020: Solicitor Licenses are not currently active or being issued by the Town of Frederick. Due to COVID-19, Colorado Department of Public Health guidelines and State of Colorado Executive Orders, issuance of solicitor licenses are currently suspended. The Town commits to keeping the community safe and upholding social distancing requirements.
Solicitor's are required by the Town of Frederick to obtain a solicitor's license, this excludes non-profit entities. To obtain a license, you must come into Town Hall and fill out an application with the Town Clerk. Please note: all door-to-door soliciting is not permitted in the Town due to COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions.
Solicitors are required to keep a copy of their approved license with them and residents are encouraged to ask solicitors to see a copy of the license. If an individual is unable to produce the proper documentation, residents are encouraged to contact the Frederick Police Department at 720-652-4222 or Town Hall at 720.382.5500 to verify their license or to report unlicensed solicitors in your area.
Frequently Asked Questions from Solicitors
1. Do I need to obtain a license to go door to door?
Yes all individuals who are going door to door for the purpose of sales of goods and/or services are required to obtain a license.
2. Who do I call to start the process?
The Town Clerk's Office at 720-382-5500.
Frequently Asked Questions from Residents
1. Who needs to obtain a license to go door to door?
All individuals who are going door to door for the purpose of sales of goods and/or services are required to obtain a license with the Town of Frederick. Non-profit organizations are exempt from this requirement.
2. How do I verify a license?
Contact Town Hall at 720-382-5500.
3. How do I report a solicitor who is not licensed?
Contact the Frederick Police Department at 720-652-4222