Alarm System Permits and Resources Dickinson, Texas
Founded around 1850 as a Galveston county stop over between Houston and Galveston. The town was popular for harness racing and it’s picnic grounds. Today the city of 18,660 has 7,192 housing units and 1,122 apartment or multifamily units. Alarm system permits are required and there are fines for excessive false alarms. The cost for a residential alarm permit is $40 for the first year and $25 per year to renew it. Commercial alarm system permits for the approximately 1,904 businesses located within the city are $75 for the first year and $45 for annual renewal.
Dickinson Home Security Tip: Make safety a habit. Set a pattern for the sequence and frequency of locking doors and windows. A regular routine will minimize the chances you’ll forget to do it.
Some of the most popular neighborhoods in Dickinson include the City Center, San Leon, and along FM 646. The city is patrolled by the 32 full-time police offices and 4 part-time offices as well as the Galveston county sheriff’s department. There were 77 burglaries and 340 property crimes recorded by the FBI in 2016.
To add safety and security to your Dickinson business or household, add a professional alarm system coupled with 24 hour monitoring from Big Tex Security. Our fees are start at just $15.95 per month and we’ll professionally evaluate your security needs to recommend the best equipment and program for you, your family and business.
Call Big Tex Security at (281) 783-3900 for a free assessment. You’ll need a Dickinson Alarm permit before installation can begin but the result will be better safety and peace-of-mind.
(Statistic sources: US Census Bureau, Sandbox Networks, Statistical Atlas, Niche, the FBI, and Neighborhood Scout)