Alarm Permits

The use of alarm systems is regulated within the City of St. Albert and no such system can be installed or used without first acquiring the necessary permit.

Responding to false alarms is costly to the City. The Alarm Systems Bylaw was passed in 2002 in an effort to reduce the number of false alarm reports being made to the RCMP. In 2012, amendments were made to the Alarm Systems Bylaw 25/2002 in order to reduce the number of false alarm calls and move towards more of a user-pay service.

Alarm Permit Application Form

How Do I Submit an Alarm Permit Application Form?

Submit the completed form using one of the following methods:

1. In-Person

  • The RCMP Detachment Front Counter Services are available during business hours.
  • St. Albert Place (City Hall) main floor front counter services are available Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., closed for holidays.

2. Email

3. Mail

  • Send completed applications via mail:
    • Municipal Enforcement Service
      Maloney Place
      96 Bellerose Drive
      St. Albert, AB T8N 7A4

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Last edited: June 8, 2022