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Cox Homelife Ordinances and Permit Documents
Last Updated: Mon, 30 Jan 2017 > Related Articles
Find and print your Homelife ordinance and permit documentation.
Alarm users may be required by City Ordinance to register with local police / fire departments or apply for and / or obtain an Alarm User Permit prior to system activation, installation, operation, or use of equipment. Annual permit renewal may also be required. Refer to the table below to find your city and access your required documentation for your Cox Homelife service in Virginia.
If your city / town or county is not listed below or you have any other questions pertaining to your obligations as an alarm user, please contact your local municipality or police department. As the information below is believed to be accurate only at the time of its creation, you may obtain current city / town and county code and ordinance information using your state’s law library, judicial websites, or by contacting the corresponding municipality.
|City||Ordinance||Permit||False Alarm Fees|
|Fairfax City||Ordinance Link||N/A||False Alarm Fees|
|Fairfax County||Ordinance Link||Register with police deparment before install, Sec. 8.1-3-6||False Alarm Fees, Sec. 8.1-3-9|
|Falls Church||Ordinance Link||N/A||False Alarm Fees, Sec. 12-27|
|Fredericksburg||Ordinance Link, Sec. 34-68||Permit Link, Sec. 34-62||False Alarm Fees, Sec. 34-33|
|Spotsylvania County||Ordinance Link||2-189 County Data Form||False Alarm Fees|
The following information may be needed for your Alarm Permit:
1341 Crossways Boulevard
Chesapeake, Virginia 23320
Virginia Alarm License No. 11-7776
1041 Glassboro Rd., F-2
Williamstown, NJ 08094-3547
Virginia License No. 11-1941