Permits

Alarm Permit

All business and residential alarms that can emit a signal intended to summon police or fire services must have a city permit issued. Responsibility for obtaining an alarm permit is upon the alarm system user. Failure to comply, per Baytown Code of Ordinance, Chapter 30, Article II, may result in a misdemeanor violation punishable by fines not to exceed FIVE HUNDRED AND NO/100 DOLLARS ($500.00).

Alarm Permit (Residential and Commercial)(PDF)

Solicitor Permit

Nonprofits that raise funds from the public must obtain and comply with charitable solicitation registration requirements.

Charitable Solicitor's Permit (PDF)