No Knock List
Register your home address for the Town of Castle Rock "No Knock" list.
When you receive the sticker in the mail, please display it near your front door.
For a replacement sticker, please resubmit your information. A new No Knock sticker will be mailed to you.
Municipal Code No. 5.04* prohibits solicitors from knocking on your door if:
- Your address is registered for the No Knock list
- You display a Town of Castle Rock "No Knock" sticker
- You have posted a "No Soliciting" sign
*No curfew is currently in effect due to pending litigation
Please note that this Ordinance does not prohibit the practice of hanging door hangers or fliers. It only prohibits solicitors from attempting to make contact with residents by knocking on your door. View a complete listing of registered solicitors (PDF).
Any issues with a solicitor not following the guidelines of this Ordinance may be reported to Castle Rock Police at 303-663-6100. Please contact the police while the solicitor is still in your neighborhood if possible.
Please have the following information collected to pass along to the Police dispatcher if possible:
- Individual or business name from solicitor badge
- Badge number
- Type of vehicle driven
- License plate number
A solicitor is any person attempting to make contact with the purpose of selling goods or services at the point of contact, whether or not the goods or services are actually delivered at the time of sale. Solicitors are required to:
- Register with the Town
- Have a valid business or contractors license
- Pass a background check
- Display a Town-issued ID badge
- Comply with the No Knock regulations
Canvassers are making contact for noncommercial purposes. They are not required to register with the Town and are not held accountable to the requirements of the 'No Knock' ordinance. Nonprofit organizations such as the Girl or Boy Scouts and school fundraising drives are examples of canvassers. Canvasser activities advocate civic, religious, charitable or political causes and are exempt from this ordinance.