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Alarm ordinance enforcement begins today

Alarm ordinance enforcement begins today

CREATED Jun 1, 2012

Web Producer - Sara Wright

TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) - Starting today, the Tucson Police Department will start enforcing the new False Alarm Ordinance. Alarm users who have not registered their alarms with the Tucson Police Department will be billed a higher false alarm assessment as of today. There is an annual $20 registration fee, which will remain valid for 365 days, from the date of payment. The $20 is a cost recovery measure for the police department.

Alarm customers may register their alarms online at and click on “Alarm Information.” Currently, online payment options are not available, but payments may be made in person at the following locations:

Westside Police Service Center at 1310 West Miracle Mile (520) 791- 4440 -- Impound Lobby (for payments)

Primary Alarm Office location:  City Hall at 255 West Alameda Street (520) 791-4583 County/City Public Works at 201 North Stone (Development Services Center Building) (520) 791-5550

Eastside City Hall at 7575 East Speedway (520) 791-4652 **Closed noon to 1 p.m.**

Patrick K. Hardesty Midtown Multi-Service Center at 1100 South Alvernon (520) 791-5779 **Closed noon to 1 p.m.**

General Services Department Price Service Center at 4004 South Park Avenue #1 (520) 791-4226 **Closed noon to 1 p.m.**

Tucson Water Department main location at 310 West Alameda Street (520) 791-2622

For accommodations, materials in accessible formats, foreign language interpreters and/or materials in a language other than English, please contact the Tucson Police Department Public Information Office at (520) 791-4852 or (520) 791-2639 for TDD, at least five (5) business days in advance.

Para arreglos, materiales en formatos accesibles, interpretes de idioma extranjero y/o materiales en otro idioma que no sea Inglés, por favor comunicarse al Departamento de la Policía de Tucson, a la sección de
Información Pública al (520) 791-4852 o (520) 791-2639 para TDD, por lo menos con cinco (5) días hábiles de anticipació. --Roberto A. Villaseñor, Chief of Police

In addition, payment may also be made via the US Post Office by sending a check in the amount of $20, payable to “City ofTucson”, and mail to:

Westside Police Service Center   Attention: Alarm Unit  1310 West Miracle Mile  Tucson, AZ 85705

To see the full alarm ordinance, visit and click on the “Alarm Information” link.

For any other questions and information, please contact Sergeant Beam of the Tucson Police Department Alarm Unit at (520) 837-7223 or Officer Parrish at (520) 837-7311.