Does the City have an alarm policy?

We have no permit requirements. Alarm subscribers are assessed a fee for each false alarm to which the Police Department responds. A false alarm is defined by the responding officer as one in which an alarm was activated and the cause of the activation was not criminal activity. The fee for the first false alarm is $25; the second, third and fourth alarms in the calendar year are $110 each. The fifth and subsequent alarms in a calendar year are billed at $200.

For other alarm questions, call Lt. Dan Conboy during business hours at 952-826-0482.

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1. Is there a curfew for juveniles in Edina?
2. May I park on the street in the winter?
3. How can I get fingerprinted?
4. Does the City have an alarm policy?
5. Do you allow soliciting in Edina?
6. How do I get property back or contact the lost and found?
7. If I’m in a car accident, do I need to call the police?
8. I received a citation. How do I pay it or contest it?
9. How can I get a copy of a police or accident report?
10. How do I properly dispose of medication?
11. Are there any predatory offenders in the community, and where do they live?
12. Where can I report elder abuse?
13. Where can I get help for domestic abuse?
14. How can I make a donation to help prevent crime in Edina?