Alarm System Ordinance

Alarm System Ordinance
Alarm System Ordinance

The Alarm System Ordinance is meant to regulate the amount of False Alarms throughout Pinal County. The ordinance was implemented January 1, 2003.

All security alarm users are required to obtain an Alarm Permit, which costs $10. These Permits are renewed annually for $10.00. U.S. Check or Money Order.

Permit holders are allowed three free False Alarm Calls and/or one free False Panic Alarm Call in each permit year, after which a $71.00 penalty fee is assessed.

Submit Public Comment to ADEQ

Public Comment is being requested from Johnson Utilities LLC ratepayers regarding a current request to increase the capacity of the Section 11 Wastewater Treatment Plant.

While Johnson Utilities stated that they were closing the Section 11 WWTP, there is a public hearing schedule for August 8, 2018 in Florence to discuss significantly increasing the capacity of the plant.

Whether you support or oppose the request, ADEQ is seeking your comment. Complete the form below and your comments will be sent directly to ADEQ.
Please fill in all required fields.

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By submitting this form, you acknowledge that you are submitting public comments to ADEQ re the Johnson Utilities Section 11 Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Click the links to download a copy of the Ordinance, Permit Application and Instructions, Renewal Form and general information.

Mailing address is:

PINAL COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
ATTN: ALARM UNIT
P.O. 867
FLORENCE AZ 85132

For questions or comments regarding the Alarm Permit Program, please call (520) 866-5173.

 

  

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