The mission of the Mill Valley Police Department is to sustain an environment in which people can live healthfully, move about safely and feel confident that they and their property are protected from criminal harm, the hazard of fire and natural or people-caused disasters, and to create a climate of security within the community by protecting life, property and individual rights.

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National Night Out

March 28, 2017 

The Mill Valley Police Department is interested in partnering with the community for National Night Out. The event, which happens annually, aims to strengthen relationships between law enforcement and the neighborhoods they serve, creating a safer and more connected community. Please contact the police department if you are intersted in participating.

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Security Camera Registration Program

March 1, 2017 

The Mill Valley Police Department is excited to announce its new Security Camera Registration Program. This program allows residents and business owners to register the locations of their security systems with the Police Department so that when a crime occurs, police are able to identify potential footage that could assist in their investigation.

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Flooded Creeks Are Dangerous

February 8, 2017 

While flooded creeks and streams might appeal to adventurous kids and teens, the strong waters present a serious danger to those who enter. The Mill Valley Police Department has responded to reports of kids boogie boarding in the creeks during the storm, causing officials to make several rescues.

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Gas Powered Leaf Blowers are Prohibited

February 2, 2017 

The City of Mill Valley would like to remind residents and gardeners that the use of gasoline-powered leaf blowers is prohibited by the Mill Valley Municipal Code in an effort to minimize air and noise pollution.

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Restorative Justice in Mill Valley Schools

January 27, 2017 

Many schools across the country, dissatisfied with traditional discipline models, are seeking alternative systems to improve the school community. One such alternative system, restorative justice, is proving successful. In Mill Valley, both the middle school and the high school have started to introduce restorative practices. When compared to traditional systems, restorative justice is not only more effective at addressing the true problems on campus, it also builds relationships, creates a better learning environment, and empowers students with problem-solving skills to prevent future problem behavior.

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Contact Us

J. Angel Bernal, Chief of Police

Mill Valley Police Department

1 Hamilton Drive

Mill Valley  CA  94941

Non-Emergency Phone:  415.389.4100          

Emergency Phone:   911



Thursday, March 23, 2017

10:00 AM
Parking Meter Upgrade Proposal Meeting

Thursday, April 6, 2017

4:00 PM  -  6:00 PM
Police on the Plaza

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