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  • Letter from Millbrae Police Chief Roger Copeland Letter from Millbrae Police Chief Roger Copeland

    It’s been three months since I was assigned to serve as Chief of the Millbrae Police Bureau, a position I have taken with great pride and responsibility. Already, we have grown much together, and I have listened intently to your concerns regarding the rise in burglaries in our neighborhoods and vandalism at our parks. While these problems still exist, I want to let you know of some of the things the Police Bureau is doing to address them.

  • Millbrae Community Center Fire Update Millbrae Community Center Fire Update

    Dear Millbrae Residents, Structural engineers are surveying the Community Center to assess if it can be saved. If the engineers determine that the building cannot be saved, it will be demolished. If this is the case, City staff anticipates the site will be cleared before winter.

  • Future of Millbrae Community Center Discussed at Monday Meeting Future of Millbrae Community Center Discussed at Monday Meeting

    On Monday evening, more than 100 people attended a special meeting at City Hall to share their ideas on what amenities and services Millbrae’s next community center should have following the fire that destroyed the former facility.

  • Millbrae Hosts Community Center Recovery Meeting Millbrae Hosts Community Center Recovery Meeting

    On Monday, Millbrae residents and city officials will join in a special Community Center Recovery Meeting, starting the process to rebuild the Center in the wake of a fire that completely destroyed the building two weeks ago. Starting at 6:30 p.m. in City Hall, Millbrae Mayor Anne Oliva will lead attendees in an open discussion on qualities that made the old Community Center great, and seek input on what amenities and services they would like to see in a new facility.

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