Terms & Conditions
Alarm Registration: Terms and Conditions
  • An alarm user shall obtain a valid alarm registration prior to operating or causing an alarm system to be operated at an alarm site. A separate alarm registration is required for each alarm site.
  • An alarm registration cannot be transferred to another person or another alarm site.
  • All fees and fines owed by an applicant must be paid before an alarm registration may be issued or renewed.

In order to be approved, an alarm registration or renewal application must include:

  • Name, complete address, and telephone number of the person who will be the permit holder. This person will be responsible for the proper maintenance, operation and, payment of fees or fines assessed under the City Ordinance. (click here to read the Clearwater Alarm Ordinance)
  • Classification of the alarm site as either Residential or Commercial. Apartments, condominiums and manufactured homes are considered residential.
  • Classification of the alarm system for each alarm located at the alarm site. Classifications include audible, silent, video, panic, holdup.
  • Mailing address of the registration holder if different than the address of the alarm site.
  • Indication of any dangerous or special conditions present at the alarm site including, but not limited to, guard dogs, weapons, chemical agents, and explosives.
  • Name(s) and telephone number(s) of at least one emergency contacts (including registrant).
  • Name of the alarm company and monitoring company for the alarm system at the alarm site and the date installed.

The Alarm Coordinator must be notified of any changes to the information submitted on the Alarm Registration form within ten (10) days of the change.

Any false statement of a material fact made by an applicant for the purpose of obtaining an alarm registration shall be sufficient cause for refusal to issue a registration and may subject applicant to prosecution as established by state or local law.

Email disclosure - Providing your email is optional. If you choose to provide your email address you can then be set up for an online account to help you manage your alarm permit. All records and information defined in 119.071(3)(a) F.S. are confidential and exempt from public disclosure (s. 119.07(1) and S.24(a), Article 1 of the State Constitution)