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Burlingame, CA Information
Burlingame is a city in San Mateo County, California, United States. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a population of approximately 28,807 and a total area of 6.1 square miles (16 km2).
The city has a city council form of government. The city council is the legislative body in the city, responsible for implementing laws and policies that govern the city’s day to day operations. The city council also appoints the city manager and city attorney among other city officials. Council members are elected by city residents and serve four-year terms. Ricardo Ortiz is the current mayor; his term ends in November 2017. Other members of the council include Vice Mayor Michael Brownrigg, Councilmember Emily Beach, Councilmember, Donna Colson and Councilmember Ann Keighran.
501 Primrose Road
Phone No: 650-558-7200
The overall crime rate in Burlingame, Ca is 6% higher compared to other cities in California and 13% higher than the national average. When looking at violent crimes, the city’s crime rate is 66% lower compared to California’s and 61% lower compared to the national average. In property crimes, the city’s average is 18% higher than other cities in California and 24% higher than the national average. In Burlingame one has a 1 in 31 chance of becoming a victim of crime, making the city safer than 45% of the cities in the United States. Compared to the previous year, the crime rate in Burlingame has increased by 23%.
The Burlingame Police Department is a community oriented department. The department offers Burlingame city residents with a variety of investigative, preventative, and community policing programs aimed at maintaining law and order in the city. The Police Department is divided into two divisions Support Services / Administration and Operations. The department has a total of thirty-seven police officers, made up of the Chief of Police Eric Wollman, one Captain, two Lieutenants, six Corporals, six Sergeants, one School Resource Officer, two Inspectors, two Traffic Officers, and twenty-one Patrol Officers.
1111 Trousdale Drive
Burlingame, CA 94010
Phone No: 650-777-4100
To obtain public records you will be required to visit the police department’s records division in person, located at 1111 Trousdale Dr. in Burlingame during office hours, Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. you can also call the records division at 650-777-4100. You will be charged a nominal fee of $2.00 per page up to a maximum fee of $23.50 per report. For more information visit
Burlingame Police Station Address: 1111 Trousdale Dr, Burlingame, CA 94010, United States
A Burlingame resident created the attached pamphlet containing facts about gun violence and what can be done to create a safer community as part of a High School project. The goal of the project was to choose a... https://t.co/bFOkshkEwH
Burlingame, CA, December 6, 2018: One year ago, on December 4th, 2017, Lorenzo Neri was reported missing by a family friend. The friend, as well as other acquaintances, reported that Neri had... https://t.co/ZuEDD3Rnie
Burlingame Police responded to assist the FBI on a report of a suspicious package located at our mail facility on Rollins Rd. The package is consistent with the mailings throughout the nation. The package has... https://t.co/0steMN2ZA6
On Saturday, October 13, 2018, between the hours of 8:00 am and 1:00 pm, the Burlingame Neighborhood Network along with the City of Burlingame Police Department and the Central County Fire Department will be... https://t.co/YYfbYJkQ1s
"TEXT TO 9-1-1"
Announcing all agencies in San Mateo County now accepting Text to 9-1-1
You can now text to 9-1-1 in an emergency. While we always want you to call 9-1-1, in those instances when you’re unable to call, you can send a text to the... https://t.co/bTPCjkFCLY
Community Event: Free Program Explains How to Save Energy, Water and Money
Five experts will describe numerous ways to save money and make your home more energy and water efficient at a program on Wednesday,... https://t.co/9lDcSdkEOd
Burlingame Residents Invited to Join 2018 Citywide Emergency Drill
The Burlingame Neighborhood Network invites all Burlingame residents to participate in the city’s sixth annual Citywide Emergency Drill on... https://t.co/g10TkEFnch
Bidding Opens for Burlingame Library Foundation’s Online Auction
A whale watching trip on Monterey Bay, an in-home wine tasting party with a wine connoisseur, a Facebook tour with lunch, and accommodations and... https://t.co/8JbpdsUjvG
San Mateo County STEP Operations Planned Tomorrow In Burlingame
On August 15th 2018, thirteen traffic officers from various law enforcement agencies throughout San Mateo County will be participating in the San... https://t.co/J7UINPa1l3
Our friends at the Midland, Texas Police Department had a little fun when they received a phone call from a fraudster claiming to be from the IRS. Taxpayers should remember their first contact with the IRS will... https://t.co/8GYAuzDTky
Last Friday, Chief Wollman was pleased to find two citizens utilizing our Internet Exchange Zone in our front parking lot as he was pulling in to the station.
The popularity of online commerce has increased in... https://t.co/ouJ5mxk0PR