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New Alarm Ordinance proposed

Alarms: 8% of the police’s 96,000 calls for service per year are for alarm calls; 99% of those are false alarms. They need to keep their officers duties clear for real emergency services they could be handling. There are numerous reasons for false alarms, including improper servicing of systems; to bring attention to help decrease the false alarm calls, the City is proposing several new changes to the alarm ordinances already in place:

  • $35 registration fee would be good for 2 years, penalties increased for late registration up to $200.
  • Current $5/year renewal fee would increase to $15 but be good for 2 years.
  • 1st False alarm within a year remains no charge, but 2nd and subsequent false alarm reports would start at $60 and increase each time.
  • The City will require all vendors that service Roseville alarm systems to provide 2-call verification before reporting.

You can read all the details on the city website here.

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