City of Roseville False Alarm Reduction Program

The City of Roseville's burglary and robbery alarm program is managed by PM AM Corporation, a third-party alarm administrator. PM AM issues the City's burglary and robbery alarm permits and biennial renewals, and manages our False Alarm Reduction Program. For all alarm permit business, please call 1-877-356-7885 or visit 
Alarm System Ordinance (10.64) requires any alarm user to obtain a valid alarm permit. 

The goal of the ordinance and the City’s partnership with PM AM Corporation is to reduce the number of false alarm activation's requiring a response by the Roseville Police Department, thereby redirecting public safety resources to respond to more urgent calls for service.

Frequently Asked Questions: 

What are the fees associated with False Alarms?

 Number of False Alarms in a rolling 365-day period  Burglary  Duress/Robbery
 2 $60 $60
 3  $85 $85
 4  $100 $150
 5+  $150 $200

Failure to pay false alarm fees is a violation of the City's Alarm Ordinance and may result in suspension of police response. Unpaid invoices may be sent to a collection agency.

How can I pay for these False Alarm Activations?

You may pay online by logging in to your account at: or you may send your check (payable to City of Roseville) to:

City of Roseville
False Alarm Reduction Program
P.O. Box 143367
Irving, TX 75014

How can I prevent False Alarms?

  • Make sure that you immediately report your false alarm to your alarm company, so they can cancel police response before arrival at your home or business.
  • Ensure that everyone in your household or business has been properly trained on how to use the alarm system.
  • Work with your alarm company to keep emergency contact lists updated and make sure the system is inspected at least once a year.
  • Avoid decorations or helium balloons that might cause the alarm system to be activated.
  • Heavy winds might cause doors to open and alarm systems to be activated. You can prevent this by making sure all doors and windows are properly closed and/or locked and that all latches and locks are in working order.

Can I appeal a False Alarm Activation Fee?

Yes. If your false alarm activations were caused by unusual circumstances, and you have taken steps to correct the problem, you can request a waiver.

Within 15 days of receiving the notice, please write or e-mail the Alarm Administrator at: 1051 Junction Boulevard, Roseville, CA 95678 or at [email protected]. The Chief of Police or his designee will render a decision in writing. Waivers are not granted often, and are reserved for unusual circumstances.

Be sure to include the following information with your appeal:

- Your name
- Your e-mail address (if applicable)
- The alarm location
- Date of the false alarm
- Your permit number
- Reasons for the appeal
- Any supporting evidence

Can I appeal an Administrative Citation?

If you wish to appeal an Administrative Citation issued for failing to have an alarm permit, you may request a hearing with the City of Roseville's Hearing Board. Fill out a request for hearing and return it to the Roseville City Attorney's Office within 30 days of the date of your citation.

Payment Information:

How can I make a payment?

Checks can be mailed to:
Roseville False Alarm Reduction Program
PO Box 143367
Irving, TX  75014 

Pay online at: 

Pay by phone at:

Who should I make my check payable to?

Please make payable to: City of Roseville FARP.