Residential Alarm Permit
The City of Georgetown and the Georgetown Police Department have established a False Alarm Reduction Unit and a City Ordinance (6.60) that requires all members of the Georgetown community that have alarms, either residential or commercial, to register the alarm with the Police Department. The establishment of the Unit and the ordinance is in an effort to begin to reduce the number of false alarm calls for service that the Police Department responds to on an annual basis.
The ordinance requires homeowner and business owners to complete an application that will provide contact information, alarm company information and any special instructions or considerations. The application fee is $25 for residential annually. Additionally, the form may be downloaded from the Police Department web page through the City’s website.
Please note, alarm permits are only required for people who live within the City Limits. To verify whether you are within the City Limits, you can visit this City Limits Map or use the City Limit Address Checker below:
If you are not inside the City Limits, please contact Williamson County Alarm Permits at (512) 943-1340.
It is the responsibility of the permit holder to ensure the permit is renewed yearly if a notice is not received.
By submitting this form, you accept responsibility for all fees and fines that may result from the operation of the alarm service the above alarm site address. If you have any questions, please contact the Alarm Unit between 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday at (512) 930-3453.
Please Note: Your application is not considered complete until your payment has been processed.
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