City of Pawtucket, RI
Providence County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Council of the City of Pawtucket as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Business registration — See Ch. 158.
Food establishments — See Ch. 218.
Secondhand shops, junkyards, junk dealers and metal recyclers — See Ch. 251.
Licensing — See Ch. 260.
Littering — See Ch. 263.
Loitering — See Ch. 266.
Newspapers and magazines — See Ch. 282.
Noise — See Ch. 286.
Parks and playgrounds — See Ch. 294.
Peace and good order — See Ch. 298.
Garage and yard sales — See Ch. 329, Art. I.
Flea market vendors — See Ch. 329, Art. II.
Article I Stationary and Itinerant Solicitors

§ 302-1 Definitions.

§ 302-2 License required.

§ 302-3 Exemptions.

§ 302-4 License application.

§ 302-5 Issuance fee.

§ 302-6 List of licenses issued; public access to records.

§ 302-7 Licensing of veterans; waiver of fee; violations and penalties.

§ 302-8 Duration and expiration date of license.

§ 302-9 Personal nature of license; nontransferability.

§ 302-10 Change of location or additional location; fee.

§ 302-11 Investigation of applicant; grounds for denial or revocation of license.

§ 302-12 State tax permit required.

§ 302-13 State health permit required.

§ 302-14 Hold-harmless agreement required.

§ 302-15 Visibility of license; issuance and wearing of badge.

§ 302-16 (Reserved)

§ 302-17 Territorial limits.

§ 302-18 Hours of sale restricted.

§ 302-19 Conduct of hawker or peddler.

§ 302-20 Restrictions on hawker's or peddler's equipment and signs; waste removal.

§ 302-21 Enforcement; arrest of violators; detention of merchandise.

§ 302-22 Display of license on demand.

§ 302-23 Violations and penalties.

Article II Food Vendors

§ 302-24 Definitions.

§ 302-25 Scope.

§ 302-26 License required.

§ 302-27 State tax permit required.

§ 302-28 State health permit required.

§ 302-29 Hold-harmless agreement required.

§ 302-30 Issuance fee.

§ 302-31 Duration and expiration date of license.

§ 302-32 Personal nature of license; nontransferability.

§ 302-33 Regulations.

§ 302-34 Territorial limits.

§ 302-35 Visibility of license; issuance and wearing of badge.

§ 302-36 Violations and penalties.

§ 302-37 Severability.

Article III One-Day Licenses/Permits

§ 302-38 One-day licenses; fees.

§ 302-39 Special event permit; fees.

Article IV Restrictions on Certain Sales

§ 302-40 Fireworks.

Article V Door-to-Door Solicitation

§ 302-41 Definitions.

§ 302-42 Permit required.

§ 302-43 Permit application.

§ 302-44 Issuance of permit; term; fee; additional licenses for commercial businesses.

§ 302-45 Photograph required; identification card.

§ 302-46 Expiration of identification card; forfeiture; exhibition.

§ 302-47 Hours of solicitation.

§ 302-48 Restrictions on solicitation.

§ 302-49 Enforcement.

§ 302-50 Report and record of violations.

§ 302-51 Permit revocation; hearing.

§ 302-52 Appeals.

§ 302-53 Violations and penalties.

§ 302-54 Exceptions.