Welcome to the City of San Diego Prevention and Administration Site

    STOP! Do not create a new account if you received a letter from us. Please log into your permit below.

    Attention Alarm Permit Holders and Applicants:

    The San Diego Police Department proposed regulatory fees for Fiscal Year 2023 will be presented to the Budget and Government Efficiency Committee on Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at 9:00 a.m. To view, click the following link: http://sandiego.gov/ and click on the CityTV Web Stream icon. Additional information is available at: https://www.sandiego.gov/council-committees/budget-government-efficiency-committee

    Proposed fee adjustment for alarm permits:

    Increase from $10 to $20

    Only the permit fee has a proposed change. The fines associated with false alarm activations, as authorized by San Diego Municipal Code 33.3712, remains unchanged.

    Already have an Account? Sign-in Here.
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    Problems signing in? Call us at Police Permits: 619-531-2274 | Fire Permits: 619-533-4371.
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    Which situation fits you best?
    • I received a letter, invoice, and/or false alarm notification and have never accessed this webpage before.
      An account already exists for you in the system. You may access your account with a combination of your account/permit number and an invoice and/or reference number. Your account/permit number is listed on the notification you received directly above the alarmed location address. The invoice and/or reference number is listed at the top of your invoice or in the contents of your letter. Please select 'Log in' below to continue.
    • I have installed a new alarm system and have never been previously registered with the alarm program.
      Thank you for being proactive!

      The address you provide will be validated against our database. If an account already exists for your location, you may not be able to register at this time and will be prompted to contact customer service. Please select 'Register your Alarm'.

    Firefighters and Paramedics respond to thousands of false alarm calls every year. These unnecessary responses result in an enormous burden in resources and expense; which in turn reduces emergency unit availability to respond to real emergencies.


    City of San Diego False Alarm Reduction Website
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