Solicitations and Opt-Outs
As a public service, the Village advises residents of upcoming solicitations. The purpose of the announcement is to let Village residents know that door-to-door or on-street solicitation has been approved by the Village. Hours of solicitation are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday unless waived.
Village approval is contingent on the organization agreeing to comply with local ordinances. Approval does not mean that the Village endorses the solicitation.
Register for inclusion on the "No Solicitor" list.
As with all solicitations, if your "No Solicitor" decal has not been observed, if you are uncomfortable or suspicious with the solicitor's demeanor, or you are uncertain as to the validity of the solicitation, please do not hesitate to call 911.
The Village has tentatively granted permission for the following not-for-profit organizations to solicit as follows:
- None at this time
The Village has granted permission for the following for-profit organizations to solicit as follows:
- None at this time
Unsolicited Mail and Hand Delivered Publications/Advertising Circulars
"Pink Bag" Advertisements
Valassis Direct Mail, Inc. distributes the advertising circular “Save" (formerly RetailMeNot Everyday), which is marketed in conjunction with the Chicago Tribune under the title InsideShopper. To unsubscribe from delivery, residents may call 1-800-TRIBUNE (874-2863) or email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org. If residents continue to receive unwanted circulars after unsubscribing, they may contact Bradley.Wilder@vericast.com to address the issue.
La Grange Ledger
The La Grange Ledger is a direct mail publication sent to homes in La Grange. To unsubscribe from delivery, residents may email the publication's editor and publisher Mike Ellis at email@example.com.
Telemarketers and Other Unsolicited Offers
The Federal Trade Commission provides links for consumers to opt-out of a variety of solicitations, including the national "do not call" registry on their website.