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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Free Holiday Meter Parking and RSVP Permit News

November 8, 2018 

Beginning Friday, November 23, 2018 to Monday, December 31, 2018, parking meter fees will be temporarily waived to encourage patronage with local businesses. Visitors’ downtown will be able to park for free in spots up to the maximum time allotment which is noted on the parking meter.

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2018 Mill Valley POA Angel Tree

November 7, 2018 

The Mill Valley Police Officer’s Association is pleased to announce, we will again be participating in the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program. This will be the third year the Mill Valley Police Officer’s Association has had the honor of providing gifts to Marin County children through the generosity of Mill Valley citizens.

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Mill Valley’s Response to Last Week’s Bomb Threat

December 5, 2018 

On November 27th, the City of Mill Valley Police and Fire Departments received notice of a bomb threat at the Mill Valley Middle School. School officials quickly placed the entire campus of approximately 1200 students, teachers, staff and administrators on shelter in place, and then ordered an evacuation to the Mill Valley Community Center.

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Jacqueline Graf-Reis, Interim Chief of Police

Mill Valley Police Department
1 Hamilton Drive
Mill Valley  CA  94941

Non-Emergency Phone:  415.389.4100         
Emergency Phone:   911



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