The Mill Valley Police Department's mission is to provide a safe and secure community for our residents and visitors; protect life and property; enforce the law in a transparent and equitable manner; and develop strong partnerships through community outreach, education, and collaboration.
The Mill Valley Police Department has recently investigated several cases involving rental scams. In this scam, the “landlord” will list a home or apartment at an unbelievably great price on websites such as Craigslist.
The City of Mill Valley and County of Marin have seen an increase in the number of reported catalytic converter thefts. Since October 1, 2020, there has been over 200 catalytic converter thefts reported in the county. Mill Valley has reported 19 of these thefts. While there have been successful arrests, the incidents continue.
Parking meter fees have been temporarily waived to encourage patronage with local businesses through December 31st, 2020. In addition to the free parking, Resident Shopper Vehicle Permit (RSVP) stickers valid for the entire 2021 calendar year are now available for purchase.
These days, both children and adults are spending more time at home to try and prevent the spread of Covid-19 in our community. The Mill Valley Police Department would like to remind all firearm owners of laws and provide key tips for proper at home storage. Please read over the attached flyer and share it with friends and other family members who may own a firearm.