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Grass Valley City Information
The city of Grass Valley is the largest city in Nevada County, California, United States. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a population of approximately 12,860 people and a total area of 4.7 square miles (12 km2).
The City of Grass Valley has a city council form of government; the city council is the overall legislative body of the city responsible for all ordinances. Besides, the city council also appoints the city attorney and city manager.
The city council is made up of five members elected by the general public. Municipal Elections are held in November of even-numbered years. Council members serve four year terms while the mayor and vice mayor serve two year terms. Council members include Howard Levine – Mayor, Lisa Swarthout – Vice Mayor, Jason Fouyer – Council Member, Jan Arbuckle – Council Member and Ben Aguilar – Council Member.
The overall crime rate in Grass Valley, CA is 99% higher than the average of the whole of the state of California and 112% higher compared to the national average. When looking at violent crimes, the crime rate in Grass Valley is 109% higher than other cities in California and 140% higher than the national average. In property crime, the city’s crime rate is 98% higher compared to California’s and 108% higher than the national average. In Grass Valley one has a 1 in 17 chance of becoming a victim of crime, making the city safer than 4% of the cities in the United States. Compared to the previous year, the overall crime in Grass Valley has decreased by 1%.
The Grass Valley Police Department is a full-service, community policing organization that maintains law and order in the city. The department has a workforce of 24 sworn officers, 3 support staff, 8 reserve officers, and 12 volunteers.
The police department operates under a modern police facility at 129 South Auburn Street, the department features model community policing programs, uniformed patrol and investigations unit. For more information on the police department visit
Warrants and Bail
When looking for warrants you will have to visit the police department’s website. You will however need personal details of the person you are searching for. Offenders are remanded at Grass Valley Jail before taken to trial, this gives them a chance to post for bail. Bail can be posted in three main ways; these include Bail bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1276, Cash bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1269 and Property bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1276.5.
Grass Valley Police Station Address: 129 S Auburn St, Grass Valley, CA 95945, USA