John Munsey selected as Colma’s Chief of Police

The Town of Colma is pleased to announce the hiring of John Munsey as the new Chief of Police for the Town of Colma. John was selected after a very competitive recruitment process, which included three panel interviews with representatives from our resident community, business community and Town department heads, as well as an extensive … Continued

Colma PD’s 8 Can’t Wait Policies

We have received many inquiries from the Town of Colma community about our police department’s policies and how they may or may not meet some of the guidelines being advocated for by police reform organizations including #8cantwait, created by police reform group We’ve re-examined our policies and feel that most, if not all, directly … Continued

Colma Police Investigate Homicide

On June 8, 2020 at approximately 9:27 pm, Colma Police Officers responded to the report of a shooting in the 1600 block of Hillside Boulevard in Colma. Upon arrival, officers located one victim with gunshot wounds. Officers immediately began to render medical aid to the victim at the scene and he was transported to a … Continued

Burglary & Looting at Best Buy in Colma

On May 31, 2020 at approximately 12:48 am, Colma Police Officers were dispatched to an alarm call at the Best Buy Store located at 200 Colma Blvd in Colma. Upon the Officers arrival, it was determined that the building had been burglarized with multiple glass doors having been broken along with the metal roll down … Continued

San Mateo County TA Draft Strategic Plan 2020-2024

The San Mateo County Transportation Authority (TA) released its Draft Strategic Plan 2020-2024 on October 14, 2019. This plan will outline how the TA will make investment decisions over the next five years for the funds from Measures A and W that it is responsible for administering, including the process for how projects will be … Continued

Become a Superhero for your Community by inquiring about C.A.P.E.

C.A.P.E. is a volunteer program that provides Colma Residents with the opportunity to train and assist the Colma Community in an emergency situation. In the fall of 2018 we established and trained a core group of volunteers that can assist in a natural disaster or major event, but are looking for more.  We plan to … Continued

Crime Bulletin – August 2017

Crimes Investigated Vehicle Burglary During the month of August, there were two (2) reports of vehicles being burglarized within the commercial district. Stolen Vehicle During the month of August, there were zero reports of vehicles being stolen. Alcohol/Drugs During the month of August, patrol officers made a total of fourteen (14) arrests for drug and … Continued

October LiveWire

CITY MANAGER’S UPDATE Bill Norton, Interim City Manager  November 11 is Veteran’s Day where many courageous men and women will be remembered, honored and celebrated for serving our country.  On Wednesday, November 8th the City Council will welcome representatives from the Veterans Sportsman Alliance (VSA), a non-profit organization that is a military veterans support organization … Continued

Wildlife Town Hall Meeting in Colma

Join us on September 20, 2017 at the Wildlife Town Hall Meeting in Colma from 6:00pm – 8:00pm.  We’ll discuss wildlife in and around Colma including: coyotes, raccoons, pigeons & mountain lions…and how to handle possible encounters with them.  Bring your questions for our guests from Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA. Please RSVP: 650-363-4572

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