Virginia Alarm Monitoring Permits - GEOARM Security®

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Posted below is information regarding any alarm permitting requirements that has been placed on your Virginia home or business address by your local authority having jurisdiction. If applicable you will need to follow these requirements to either install an Virginia alarm at your property or to have emergency dispatch services to that address.
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Virginia County(s) That May Require an Alarm Permit:


L: Loudoun
N: Norfolk

Virginia City(s) That May Require an Alarm Permit:


A: Airmont, Aldie, Arcola, Ashburn
B: Belmont, Berkley, Bloomfield, Bluemont, Bower's Hill, Brambleton, Britain, Broadlands
C: City of South Norfolk, City of Chesapeake, City of Norfolk, City of Portsmouth, Conklin
D: Deep Creek, Dover, Dulles
E: Elizabeth River Shire, Elvan, Eubanks
G: Gleedsville, Georges Mill, Gilberts Corner, Great Bridge
H: Hamilton, Hillsboro, Howardsville
L: Lambert's Point, Lansdowne, Leesburg, Leithtown, Lenah, Lincoln, Loudoun Heights, Lovettsville, Lower Norfolk County, Lucketts
M: Middleburg, Morrisonville, Mount Gilead
N: Neersville, New Norfolk County, Norfolk City
O: Oak Grove, Oatlands, Ocean View
P: Paeonian Springs, Paxson, Philomont, Potomac Falls, Potomac Green, Purcellville
R: Randolph Corner, River Creek, Round Hill, Ryan
S: Saint Louis, Scattersville, Sewell's Point, Silcott Spring, South Riding, Sterling, Sterling Park, Stewartown, Stone Ridge, Stumptown, Suffolk City, Sycolin
T: Taylorstown, Telegraph Spring, Trapp
U: Unison
V: Virts Corner
W: Waterford, Watson, Waxpool, Western Branch, Wheatland, Willard, Willisville, Willoughby Spit, Woodburn

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