Deltona resident Patsy Dockery say lately it seems more and more strangers are knocking at her door with a sales pitch.
"They're just out of no where, and it's like suddenly you're getting these people in to your neighborhood, you don't know anything about them," said Dockery.
Some neighbors say their doorbell has rang as late at 10:30 at night from people trying to sell magazines and other products, neighborhood watch member Patsy Dockery says lately it's gotten worse.
"We've had elderly people at our neighborhood watch complaining that they've actually had people try to push the door open," Dockery said.
As a result of those complaints Deltona Commissioner Zenaida Denizac is pushing a new city-wide no soliciting ordinance that would require those who don't want the door knocking to put up no soliciting signs.
"I think the citizens should take this serious, I don't think we're trying to over reach but we're trying to protect," Denizac said.
Denizac says they're not targeting non-profits like girls scouts, but rather those selling products, the ordinance would also require teens in the community who might be fundraising to be at least 14 years old or have and adult with them.
"No parent should be sending their kid door to door to fundraiser or any thing like that because you never know who's inside that door," Denizac said.
Other neighbors say they're indifferent on the ordinance.
"They don't get business of they don't solicit it so, but if people don't want to be solicited, that's just the way it is," said Ron Mulholland.
Commissioner will vote on the ordinance at Tuesday's meeting.