RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL ALARM PERMIT
To establish standards and controls to reduce the incidents of false alarm calls responded to by the Police Department.
No person shall install or cause to be installed, use, or maintain an alarm system on premises owned, rented or leased within the City without first having obtained an alarm permit from the Police Department. An annual residential or commercial fee shall be paid as set forth by resolution of the City Council.
CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR A NEW ALARM PERMIT OR TO RENEW YOUR ALARM PERMIT
One time application fee - $35. Annual renewal fee - $20/Residential & $35/Commercial.
FALSE ALARM BILLINGS
FALSE ALARM DEFINITION:
False alarm means the activation of an alarm resulting from human error, a system malfunction, improper installation of the alarm system, or design deficiencies causing an alarm business or reporting party to summon the police when no evidence of a criminal offense or attempted criminal offense is found.
EXCESSIVE FALSE ALARMS:The Police Department may declare an alarm system at a specific location to be a nuisance if such alarm system activates excessive false alarms. The City Council hereby finds and determines that three false alarms at a permitted location within a calendar year are excessive and thereby constitutes a public nuisance.
A higher false alarm penalty has been established for each additional false alarm during the same calendar year. The penalty has been established by resolution of the City Council. All penalties must be paid within thirty days from the date the invoice was rendered.
Corona Police Department
Fiscal Services Unit
730 Public Safety Way Corona, California 92880