(A)   An application for permit shall be made by a person who owns, leases, resides at, or manages the alarm site.
   (B)   The application and the required fee shall be submitted to the city on a form provided by the city, as promulgated by the City Administrator.
   (C)   Any false statement made by an applicant shall be grounds for denial of a permit or revocation of a permit. False statements may be subject to prosecution of applicable criminal offense(s).
   (D)   An alarm permit is issued to an individual or corporate entity and is nontransferable and nonrefundable.
   (E)   The date of issuance will be the date the application is processed and approved. An initial permit is valid for the period ending on December 31 of the year of issuance and must thereafter be renewed each year.  Renewal permits are issued on a calendar year basis.  If a permit is not renewed and the alarm is still active, a late fee as provided in the fee schedule will be assessed.
(Ord. 960220, passed 2-20-1996; Ord. 150303-B, passed 3-3-2015)