You must have an alarm permit-it's the Law. Woodland has an alarm ordinance that requires every home or business with an alarm system to obtain a permit. Every alarm user, residential and business, can do his or her share to reduce false alarms and to help preserve police resources. The ordinance is designed to reduce false alarms.
Whether your alarm system is for your home or for a business, you must have a valid Alarm User Permit.
To obtain an alarm permit, you can apply by completing the permit application and submitting it to the Woodland Police Department by mail or drop off:
- Annual Renewal: $24
- *False Alarm Fee: $80
- Initial (New) Permit: $36
*An additional $80.00 fee is charged for each false alarm in the calendar year with the exception of the first false alarm (no charge).
Notify Your Alarm Company
Provide your alarm company with your permit number and updated emergency contact information.
For questions or additional information, please send an email.
Street Closure Permit
You are required to have a street closure permit if you wish to close or block any street or delay or alter the movement of any traffic (including pedestrians) on any street, highway, sidewalk, public parking lot or structure or an alley.
All street closure requests must be made at least 72 hours in advanced of the desired closure. Requests can be submitted to the Woodland Police Department Traffic Unit. A fee of $29 is due upon approval of the street closure.
For questions, please contact Sergeant Dave Krause via email .
A permit is required for the broadcast of a radio, phonograph or similar instrument, using voice or sound amplifiers, either into a public though fare from a fixed location or a moving vehicle, or in connection with any public celebration, public function on a public holiday, or in connection with the broadcast of events of interest to the general public.
How Can I Obtain a Sound Permit?
A Sound Amplification Permit Application is available at the front office of the Police Department at 1000 Lincoln Avenue. The department will review the application. A fee of $25 is due upon approval of the application.