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.
This Saturday, 9/23, the Zero Breast Cancer Walk will come through Mill Valley for their annual event. Their usual route takes them up the three sections of the Dipsea Steps, but this year, the Middle Dipsea Steps are closed for construction. The Zero Breast Cancer Walk will therefore take a short detour onto Millside Lane, then up Marion Avenue, and then up Hazel Avenue to connect to the Upper level of the steps.
On Tuesday, August 22, 2017, at approximately 4:55 pm, the Mill Valley Police Department received a suspicious call requesting that a “bomb squad” be sent to the Camino Alto Veterinary Hospital and Wellness Center, located at 125 Camino Alto. It was ultimately determined that the business had received a series of calls throughout the day from an anonymous source that culminated in the threat made to the Mill Valley Police Department.
Mill Valley Police responded and investigated the threat, no suspicious devices were located, and it was determined that the threat was not credible.
Parking is available in the lot at 38 Miller Avenue or in the lot behind D'Angelos if you are an employee with an e-sticker and the "E Zone" parking spaces are blocked by construction activity or equipment.