Register an Alarm System
The Larimer County Sheriff's Office and Crywolf co-manage our local false alarm reduction efforts in unincorporated Larimer County. Larimer County developed an Ordinance in 2005 (available in pdf format at the bottom of this page) that requires permits for burglar alarm systems installed in both commercial and residential properties within unincorporated Larimer County. Properties inside town and city limits are exempt.
Business and homeowners should know that any burglar alarm system installed that may result in the response of the Sheriff'f Office requires a permit, which must be applied for at the time of installation. The first year cost to you is $50.00, and renewals cost $25.00 annually. Alarm installation companies are also required to pay for permits to operate within unincorporated Larimer County.
All burglar alarm related business is managed by our program administrator, Crywolf. You can register your alarm online at https://www.crywolfservices.
- ALL PAYMENTS MUST BE SENT TO THE ABOVE ADDRESS! DO NOT SEND PAYMENTS TO THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE!
The website also provides the ability to renew your registration, pay your fees, review and manage your account history, communicate with the program administrator, read tips on reducing false alarms and get answers to frequently asked questions.
If you do not have internet access, please call Crywolf's toll free number at 1-866-546-1652 to register your alarm and receive information via telephone.
- Click here to download a copy of the Larimer County Security Alarm Ordinance.
You may contact the program liaison at the Sheriff's Office at 970-498-5161 if your questions and concerns cannot be answered through the Crywolf toll free number and/or website.