The city seeks to regulate door-to-door soliciting to daylight hours only.
Evanston is looking at tighter restrictions on panhandlers and solicitors, the city’s aldermen recently voted to introduce an ordinance that could limit door-to-door soliciting to daylight hours only, Evanston Now reported. The city prohibits panhandling or begging in business districts and requires merchants who sell from carts or vehicles to have license but the city does not an ordinance restricting people who come to your door, Evanston Now reported. In 2010, Evanston passed a late-night ordinance allowing food trucks to operate in town, with certain limitations. Related Coverage