If I have received a notice, what do I do?

The Notice of False Alarm simply notifies the alarm owner that a false alarm has occurred on the premises. If the false alarm is deemed excessive, then City will levy a fee assessment. If a fee is to be assessed, the City will mail the alarm owner a service fee assessment reflecting the cost of response for Police and/or Fire services to the false alarm. No action is required unless the City has determined the false alarm to be excessive in which case the City will notify you of further instructions. 

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1. What's considered excessive false alarms?
2. What if the false alarm is an accident?
3. If I have received a notice, what do I do?
4. How much is the assessment?
5. I have submitted an appeal, what is the next step?
6. How may I contest a fee assessment or notice of false alarm?