By signing this application, I hereby apply to the Chief of Police for a security, fire and/or medical alarm permit
and agree to abide by all the rules, regulations and ordinances of the city and applicable state and federal laws
which govern such permit activity.
Once your application is complete, please do the following:
Enclose the application in an envelope.
Enclose a check or money order made payable to “City of Hilliard” for the $25.00 biennial fee.
However, if the permit applies to a residence where the occupant is at least 65 years or older AND
the senior citizen has marked the appropriate waiver and noted their date of birth, no permit fee is
Mail application and $25.00 fee to: Hilliard Division of Police
5171 Northwest Parkway
Hilliard, OH 43026
False or incorrect statements made on this application, misconduct on the part of the business, company or
applicant, employee, or failure to conform to the rules, regulations, laws, or ordinances will be considered
cause for denial, revocation of the License/Permit. Direct Connect to E-911 is prohibited.
All fees are NOT refundable.
Section 709.02(a.) Hilliard City Code "Equipment Maintenance and Inspection of Alarm Systems" states (in
part): All equipment used in installations for which a permit is required shall meet the applicable standards
of the Underwriters Laboratory of the United States of America and Canada, Factory Manual, or other
recognized industry standard. Applicants may be required to submit evidence of the reliability of the
Section 709.08, Hilliard City Code provides that no more than two (2) false alarms per permit year are
allowed. An excessive number of false alarms may make you liable for a fine plus court cost and/or
revocation of your permit. If you exceeded the number of permissible alarms last year, you are cautioned
to take steps to repair any malfunctioning equipment and/or re-educate any persons using the alarm as to
its proper operation.
Per the Ohio Revised Code, information provided on this application may be considered a public record and
may be subject to release through a public records request. The ORC allows certain exemptions of the
public records law based on a person’s occupation.