- Las Cruces
No person shall engage in the business of installing, monitoring, maintaining, servicing, repairing, altering, replacing, moving or causing to be installed in or on any building, place or premises abutting on or adjacent to a public street, alley or way, any device commonly known as a burglar alarm, fire alarm, holdup alarm or similar protection device or system without first having obtained a license issued by the city.
No person owning or employed in the business of installing, maintaining, servicing, repairing, altering, replacing, moving or responding to alarms shall be issued a license by the city clerk until fingerprints are obtained and a background investigation is conducted and such license is approved by the chief of police. Las Cruces, New Mexico Code of Ordinances Sec. 4-66.
No person shall sell, install, maintain or cause or permit to be sold, installed or maintained an alarm device or alarm system which is subject to the conditions of this chapter unless such person has obtained a Village of Ruidoso business license.
No person other than a licensed alarm service or a licensed monitoring service, or an agency of the United States, the state or the village, shall engage in the business of receiving signals from alarm devices or alarm systems.
Licensed alarm services and licensed monitoring services shall have trained personnel available at all times for alarm services to respond to alarm signals and for monitoring services to relay the necessary information. Companies and personnel employed by companies providing alarm services shall possess all required licenses and registrations. Ruidoso, New Mexico Code of Ordinances CHAPTER 6 –Alarm Systems Sec. 6-6.
- Santa Fe
All alarm installation companies and monitoring companies shall possess a current city of Santa Fe business license as provided for in Section 18-1.4 SFCC 1987. Business licenses shall be renewed on an annual basis.
All alarm installation companies and monitoring companies shall possess a valid license issued by the construction industries division of the regulation and licensing department of the State of New Mexico. Said license and proof of bond shall be presented to the city at the time of licensing, renewal of the business license, or upon request by the city. City of Santa Fe Licensing of Alarm Companies and Monitoring Companies Section 20-5.8
It is unlawful for any person, partnership, corporation or association to own, manage, conduct or carry on the business of selling, leasing, installing, servicing, maintaining, repairing, replacing, moving or removing, or causing to be sold, leased, installed, serviced, maintained, repaired, replaced, moved or removed, in or on any building or other property within the city any device known as an intrusion or physical duress alarm system, or automatic dialing device connected to an answering service, unless they possess a valid license issued by the Construction Industries Division of the Regulation and Licensing Department of the State of New Mexico and a City of Roswell business license. City of Roswell Alarm Ordinance 14-03 Section 7-133 Registration Required to Operate an Alarm Business.
Any person engaged in the telephone answering service business or in the business of selling, furnishing, leasing or servicing alarm devices or alarm systems, or who provides services incident thereto and who intends to or shall relay messages, reports, notices, alarms or signals from alarm devices or systems to the city shall be licensed by the city clerk. Bloomfield, New Mexico Code of Ordinances Section 2.5-5 Licenses.