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Posted on: May 15, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Goodlettsville Residents Can Sign up for the No Knock Registry


As of May 1, 2019, Goodlettsville residents can now place their address on the No Knock Registry. The Goodlettsville Board of Commissioners passed the No Knock ordinance in order to address an ongoing issue facing residents.

By signing up for the registry, it will prohibit people going door to door from knocking on your door. This registry applies to all solicitation, including without limitation, all activities that are solicitation of newspaper, or magazine subscriptions, or the sale of products or services. The registry does not apply to any person going door to door that you personally invite onto your property.

Vendors must inspect the list and are prohibited from approaching any residence on the registry, or face a fine of fifty dollars ($50.00) per offense.

If a solicitor does knock on your door and your address is on the list, please call the City of Goodlettsville’s Police Department Non-Emergency number at 615-851-5111.

City of Goodlettsville office staff will verify addresses. If your address is outside of the corporate city limits of Goodlettsville, we will be unable to add your address to this registry.

Once your address is added to the list, it will remain until removed by the occupant upon request.

For additional information please call the Customer Service Center at 615-851-2200.

Sign up here.
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