BORDENTOWN TOWNSHIP, NJ-- The Bordentown Township Police Department is reminding Township residents that it's easy to send a message to unwanted solicitors who want to knock at their doors.

Because the Township responds regularly to complaints about door-to-door solicitors, it provides residents with official "NO KNOCK" front door stickers that are codified by ordinance. 

Last year the Bordentown Township Committee adopted Ordinance 2019-13, which allows residents to display an official “NO KNOCK” sticker supplied for free by the Bordentown Township Police Department and Township Clerk’s office.

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Township residents can get their free sticker by come to the Police Department Records Bureau or the Township Clerk’s Office, both located in the Township Municipal Building, any weekday between 8:30AM and 4:30PM. To obtain a sticker, the resident must show their New Jersey driver’s license, tax bill or other suitable proof of residency.

The BTPD urges any resident who has concerns about anyone visiting their home to contact the Department at (609) 298-4300. 


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