The city of La Cañada Flintridge has established a Security Camera Rebate Program, an initiative that is part of the city’s ongoing commitment to foster a safe and secure environment through resident participation.
Spearheaded by the Public Safety Commission and funded by the LCF City Council in the fiscal year 2023-24, the Security Camera Rebate Program offers rebates to residents who install a security camera on their property. Incentivizing the installation of surveillance systems assists in creating a network of security cameras that will deter crime, assist law enforcement in investigations and ultimately make the city an even safer place to live, work and play.
On a first-come, first-served basis, residents who install a security camera — limited to one per property — and provide proof of purchase and installation can receive up to a $100 rebate from the city. Residents should note that the rebate applies to the cost of the camera itself, not installation costs.
“We are thrilled to re-launch the Security Camera Rebate Program, as it empowers our community members to play an active role in enhancing the safety of our city,” Mayor Rick Gunter said. “By working together, we can create a stronger, more secure environment for everyone.”
To participate, residents must meet the following guidelines:
- Be a current La Cañada Flintridge resident with proof of residency on a valid government-issued ID
- Provide a current utility bill that matches the name and address on the proof of residency ID
- Own or rent the La Cañada Flintridge property where the security camera is installed
- If renting, provide a signed letter from the property owner giving consent for installation
Eligible residents can apply to be considered for the $100 rebate by completing the following steps:
- Submit an application on/after Nov. 13
- Upload proof of residency on a valid government-issued ID
- Upload a current utility bill of the residence that matches the name and address on the proof of residency ID
- Upload proof of purchase of a camera after Nov. 13
- Upload photo of the opened devices with the serial/model number visible
- Upload proof of installation with a date-stamped photo showing installation took place after Nov. 13
The city has begun accepting applications. For more information and to apply, visit CityOfLCF.org/public-safety.
First published in the November 23 print issue of the Outlook Valley Sun.