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April 2021 UPdate.
How to shut off your water at the meter.
Register for special outdoor programs on The Lumen's rooftop terrace!
The Arbor - April 2021
The Catfish are waiting for you in Caruth Park - catch them while you can!
Friday, April 23 at 10:45 a.m. - Virtual Baby Story Time.
Saturday, April 24 at 9 a.m. - UPLift Spring Rooftop Yoga at The Lumen.
Wednesday, April 28 at 3:45 p.m. - Virtual Preschool STEAM and Stories.
Thursday, April 29 at 10:45 a.m. - Virtual Toddler Story - UP Public Library
Friday, April 30 at 10:45 a.m. - Virtual Baby Story Time.
Tuesday, May 4, 2021 - City Council Meeting
Tuesday, May 18, 2021 - City Council Meeting
The City of University Park Police Department has offered this unique service for residents since 1999. We provide the monitoring of home and business alarm systems directly from the Police Dispatch Center at 3800 University Blvd.
To provide the Direct Alarm Office with new contact information, or to notify the office of your decision to cancel Direct Alarm service, please use the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Specific questions or concerns about the Direct Alarm program can be emailed to:
This information explains how to join those who subscribe to police monitoring of home/business alarm systems. Residents and business owners should note that all active alarm systems are required to have a permit on file with the Police Department.
If you do not wish to sign up for Direct Alarm service, to satisfy the City permit requirement, click on Step 1 and fill out the necessary information. To sign up for Direct Alarm coverage, click on Step 2 and fill out the necessary information.
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Many homes now use a broadband connection to place phone calls. This technology is known as Voice over Internet Protocol “VoIP.” Most of the time this connection works well as your home’s primary source for communications. However, when paired with some alarms systems, VoIP does not provide enough electrical voltage for the alarm system to know that your phone line is working properly. Additionally, since VoIP comes through your home internet, if for any reason you lose internet service, phone service is also lost. Before changing to VoIP service, the University Park Police Department encourages you to discuss these concerns with your alarm system provider. If you already have VoIP service, the Department recommends that you test the reliability of your system monthly.
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