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General Municipal Election General Municipal Elections to elect council members are held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November of each even-numbered year. The next scheduled election year is 2020. Current Election – November 3, 2020 The Town of Colma will hold its next regularly-scheduled municipal election on Tuesday, November 3, 2020,...

Date and time: Date and time: 2020-07-08 07:00 pmLocation: Regular City Council Meeting - July 8, 2020Department: City Manager/City Clerk's OfficeAgendaOn March 17, 2020, the Governor issued Executive Order N-29-20 suspending certain provisions of the Ralph M. Brown Act in order to allow for local legislative bodies to conduct their meetings completely telephonically or by...

We are accepting all permit submissions and conducting building inspections. For the safety of the public and our staff, we have taken some preventative measures to avoid the spread of COVID.  To better serve you we have established in-person hours for over-the-counter permits. The permit counter will be open Monday and Thursday from 8 am-12...

MEDIA INFORMATION – PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Today’s Date: 7/1/2020                                                          Case Number: C20-0630-02 Type of Incident: Shooting Investigation                               Location of Incident: 1500 block Mission Road Authored By: Sergeant D. Marchetti #C16                            Authorized By: Commander S. Lum #C5 SUMMARY: Colma, CA - On 06/30/20 at approximately 5:12 pm, Colma Police Officers were in the...

City Manager’s Update Brian Dossey, City Manager The tragic homicide of George Floyd by a police officer in Minneapolis, and cases involving other black Americans in recent history, are clear and tragic examples of racial inequities in policing across the country. These examples also illuminate the deeper systemic racial inequity and social justice problems that...

06/19/2020 Author and ID #: Chief Stratton, C2 The police department’s Use of Force Policy is a critical policy that provides guidelines on the reasonable and lawful use of force by officers. The Colma Police Department frequently reviews policies to assure staff is providing best practices that are legal and worthy of community trust. The...

Date and time: Date and time: 2020-06-24 07:00 pmLocation: Regular City Council Meeting - June 24, 2020Department: City Manager/City Clerk's OfficeAgendaOn March 17, 2020, the Governor issued Executive Order N-29-20 suspending certain provisions of the Ralph M. Brown Act in order to allow for local legislative bodies to conduct their meetings completely telephonically or by...

Date and time: Date and time: 2020-06-16 05:00 pmLocation: Auto DraftDepartment: City Manager/City Clerk's OfficeAgenda  On March 17, 2020, the Governor issued Executive Order N-29-20 suspending certain provisions of the Ralph M. Brown Act in order to allow for local legislative bodies to conduct their meetings completely telephonically or by other electronic means. Pursuant to...

North San Mateo County Residents: Help San Mateo County plan its recovery from COVID-19. As the county moves toward developing a strategic plan to recover from the COVID-19 crisis, several committees will be established by our Recovery Coordination Council. The committees include public health, economic recovery, vulnerable populations support, community infrastructure and education and childcare....

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