Burglary / Fire / Alarm Permits Required

The Hilliard City Code Section 709.02 requires any residence or building located within the City that is equipped with an alarm system for the purpose of detecting and signaling the presence of an unauthorized intrusion or fire to obtain a permit.  

Before a local alarm system or inter-connected alarm system is installed, the owner shall apply for a permit from the Chief of Police. The fee is $25.00 for a two year permit. The fee is waived on residential alarms for applicants who are 65 years of age or older who own the home and/or is the head of the household.

Failure to obtain a permit could result in the issuance of a citation and fine.


STANDARDS & MAINTENANCE OF ALARMS

Section 709.04 of the Hilliard City Code further explains requirements for standards, inspection, and maintenance of burglary / fire alarms. 


EXCESSIVE FALSE ALARMS

Hilliard City Code Section 709.08 explains consequences of excessive false alarms.  
 

HILLIARD CITY CODE

For the complete city code and to search for specific sections click here.


HOW TO OBTAIN A PERMIT

To obtain an alarm permit, click the link on the right hand side of this page to download the form. Follow the directions on the form, or contact the Police Administration Office at 614.334.2439.