I was told that since SCA streets are mostly public streets that there was no codification of those signs and HPD was unable to enforce a “No Solicitation” sign. There’s supposedly a letter to the SCA HOA from the city explaining why, if I can find it I’ll post it here.
We’ve gotten them at our house including offers of new windows, solar (multiple), window washing, etc. Sometimes I just tell them “I’m renting, you need to contact the homeowner” and they move on.
ALL businesses operating (inc. soliciting) within the city of Henderson are required to have a business license, resale (state tax) license, solar energy installers must have a contractor’s license, etc. IMHO someone at your door who cannot confirm or provide you details on licensing would be grounds to make a non-emergency call to the HPD. Don’t let the person know your intent. When you’ve dismissed the sales person simply call the non-emergency number for HPD and tell them that there is a suspicious person going door to door or so and so street. If there’s a unit free you might get a unit up here to check the person out. Don’t expect red lights and sirens and seeing the door to door person proned out and then cuffed up and hauled away but if the cops simply ID the person and he’s up to no good or is a known scammer, they can deal with it.