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The City of Fishers permits companies to go door to door and solicit business for their organizations.

These solicitors must abide by local ordinances pertaining to soliciting. Special points of note are;

  • ​All companies must have a Valid Permit on file with the city to solicit. ​
  • All employees must have a valid soliciting badge on their person to solicit.

*Groups of individual solicitors larger than six MUST make an appointment
  To make an appointment, please call the Fishers Police Department at 317-595-3300.

Groups six and under can walk in to the Fishers Police Department  Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Current Approved Vendors

Name                                                                                   Expire

Elite Pro Painting                                                            5/26/24

Mint Pest Control                                                           8/31/24

Rasmussen Operations                                              8/31/24

Squeegee Squad Indy                                                  8/31/24

TruGreen                                                                           3/1/25

 Here are some tips to help you avoid getting scammed by door-to-door salesmen:

1. Ask for identification: Legitimate salespeople will have a solicitors badge from FPD. Make sure they show you that identification before discussing their product. 

2. Do your research: Before making a purchase or signing a contract, research the company and its product online. 

3. Don’t feel pressured: Scammers often use high-pressure tactics to get you to make a quick decision. If you feel uncomfortable or rushed, it’s okay to end the conversation and ask them to leave.

4. Never give out personal information: Be cautious of salespeople who ask for personal information such as your social security number or bank account information. Legitimate salespeople will not need this information to sell you a product or service.

5. Trust your instincts: If something seems too good to be true, it probably is. 

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