BORDENTOWN TOWNSHIP, NJ-- The Bordentown Township Police Department is reminding residents that it's easy to avoid unwanted solicitors knocking at your door if you live in Bordentown Township. 

Last year, the Bordentown Township Committee adopted Ordinance 2019-13, which allows residents to displace an official "NO KNOCK" sticker on their front doors, supplied free of charge by the BTPD and the Township Clerk's office.

The "NO KNOCK" sticker was the result of the many complaints the Township receives regarding door to door solicitors, who can be an annoyance and negatively impact quality of life. 

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Township residents can get their free sticker by going to the Police Departments Records Bureau or the Township Clerk's office, both located in Town Hall, Monday through Friday between 8:30am and 4:30pm. Residents will be asked to show their New Jersey driver's license, tax bill or another suitable proof of residency. 

The BTPD reminds residents to call them at (609) 298-4300 if they have a question or if they are concerned about anyone who visits their home. 

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