Alarm Ordinance

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Since the new alarm ordinance took effect in January 2005, the Vacaville Police Department has seen a significant decrease in false alarm calls throughout the City. This reduction in false alarms has allowed officers to focus on real crimes, and make our responses to real alarm activations safer and more efficient.

False alarms are preventable! Working together, alarm users and the Police Department can help keep Vacaville safe. For more information on how you can prevent false alarms, download our Alarm Brochure.

All alarm users, residential and commercial, must register their systems with the Police Department. You may access the registration form through the Police Department website or in person. If you complete the form online, please note that it cannot be saved for future use. Upon completion, please mail it along with a $25.00 check to:

 Alarm Administrator

 Vacaville Police Department

 660 Merchant St.

 Vacaville, CA 95688

Contact Us: If you have any questions, e-mail our Alarm Administrator by clicking here or contact by phone at (707) 449-5387.

If you have any questions, e-mail our  or contact by phone at (707) 449-5387.

Please refer to the Alarm FAQ's for more information.

 

Expand/Contract Questions and Answers

  • Shouldn't the police to respond to every alarm call?

  • Do other cities do this?

  • Who can I talk to about my bill?

  • How do I appeal if I think the bill is wrong or unfair?

  • What happens if I don’t pay?

  • How can I prevent false alarms?

  • Why are you billing for false alarms?

  • My alarm is brand new, is there a grace period?

  • What is the definition of a false alarm?

  • Where can I read the ordinance?

  • Do I have to register my alarm, and what does it cost?