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Alarm System

Burglar alarm systems are defined as systems installed in a house or business establishment to detect sound, movement, or intrusions, and which may or may not be connected to a monitoring station.

Repeated false alarms are considered a nuisance. Furthermore, in accordance with a by-law to cover police response to burglar alarms, increasing fines will be levied for the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th false alarms within any period of 365 days, after which response service may be discontinued.

Information: 514 633-4140


To consult the integral version of the by-law concerning nuisances (section on alarm systems at 4.3.4), please click here. (PDF - 46 KB)

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THE CITY

Alarm System

Burglar alarm systems are defined as systems installed in a house or business establishment to detect sound, movement, or intrusions, and which may or may not be connected to a monitoring station.

Repeated false alarms are considered a nuisance. Furthermore, in accordance with a by-law to cover police response to burglar alarms, increasing fines will be levied for the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th false alarms within any period of 365 days, after which response service may be discontinued.

Information: 514 633-4140


To consult the integral version of the by-law concerning nuisances (section on alarm systems at 4.3.4), please click here. (PDF - 46 KB)

Administrative Structure
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Electoral Districts
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History
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Maps
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Message from the Mayor
Message from the Mayor
Mission and Values of the City
Mission and Values of the City
Municipal By-Laws
Municipal By-Laws

Alarm System

Burglar alarm systems are defined as systems installed in a house or business establishment to detect sound, movement, or intrusions, and which may or may not be connected to a monitoring station.

Repeated false alarms are considered a nuisance. Furthermore, in accordance with a by-law to cover police response to burglar alarms, increasing fines will be levied for the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th false alarms within any period of 365 days, after which response service may be discontinued.

Information: 514 633-4140


To consult the integral version of the by-law concerning nuisances (section on alarm systems at 4.3.4), please click here. (PDF - 46 KB)

Administrative Structure
Administrative Structure
City Profile
City Profile
Committees of the Council
Committees of the Council
Council Meetings
Council Meetings
Council Members
Council Members
Electoral Districts
Electoral Districts
Fact Sheets
Fact Sheets
History
History
Maps
Maps
Message from the Mayor
Message from the Mayor
Mission and Values of the City
Mission and Values of the City
Municipal By-Laws
Municipal By-Laws
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