Fayetteville Police would like to remind residents and business owners about the city's false alarm reduction program.
In an effort to reduce the number of costly false alarms, Fayetteville City Council passed an ordinance in 2007 requiring anyone with a security alarm at a business or residence to register their system with the city.
If your residence or business is within city limits and it has a burglar or hold-up alarm system, it must be registered with the city or you could face a $250 fee.
You can register your alarm by calling the False Alarm Reduction Program at (877) 575-0933 or online here.
For more information about the alarm ordinance, you can call the Fayetteville Police Department's Community Policing Division at 575-8341 or it can be found at the City of Fayetteville's website here.
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