City of Trenton, NJ
Mercer County
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Trenton as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Food handling — See Ch. 113.
Littering — See Ch. 150.
Nuisances — See Ch. 171.
Special Improvement District — See Ch. 252.
Article I Peddlers, Solicitors and Canvassers

§ 206-1 Definitions.

§ 206-2 License or permit required.

§ 206-3 Application for license or permit.

§ 206-4 Investigation of applicants.

§ 206-5 License fee.

§ 206-6 Exemptions and exceptions.

§ 206-7 Sale of food and produce.

§ 206-8 Hours of operation.

§ 206-9 Conduct of licensee.

§ 206-10 Location restrictions.

§ 206-11 Solicitation on sidewalks near public buildings; exceptions.

§ 206-12 Territory and time restrictions for nonmotorized peddlers.

§ 206-13 Violations and penalties.

Article II Nonmotorized Peddler or Vendor

§ 206-14 License required.

§ 206-15 License term; location restrictions.

§ 206-16 License fee.

§ 206-17 Violations and penalties.

Article III Street Vendors; Veterans and Fire Fighters

§ 206-18 Definitions.

§ 206-19 Right to hawk, peddle or vend.

§ 206-20 Registration requirements; fee.

§ 206-21 Regulations.

§ 206-22 Designated locations; assignment.

§ 206-23 Size restrictions for vending units.

§ 206-24 Health and sanitation requirements.

§ 206-25 Safety requirements.

§ 206-26 Summons for violation; towing of unit.

§ 206-27 Suspension or revocation of registration.

§ 206-28 Additional rules and regulations.

§ 206-29 Violation and penalties.

Article IV Itinerant Photographers

§ 206-30 Definition.

§ 206-31 License required.

§ 206-32 Application for license; procedure; payment of fee.

§ 206-33 Bond.

§ 206-34 Appointment of agent for service of process.

§ 206-35 License fee.

§ 206-36 License not transferable.

§ 206-37 Refunds.

§ 206-38 Exemptions.

§ 206-39 Revocation of licenses.

§ 206-40 Violations and penalties.