The unincorporated town of Broadmoor boasts the only active police protection district remaining in the State of California.
The Broadmoor Police Protection District is a Police Commission of three residents elected at large by the voters of the district.
Broadmoor Police is always on the lookout for men and women to join our department. Do you have what it takes?
We would like to hear from you. If you have a question or comment, please feel free to contact our department today.
Community Event Attendance Reminder
Any resident or community member attending a department function event, who requires a bilingual interpreter should contact and notify the department at (650) 755-3838, or via our Contact page so efforts to accommodate the individual can be made.
Neighborhood Watch Alert
Coyote Sightings In Broadmoor
There have been sightings of Coyotes in Broadmoor between the hours 6am-9am. Residents are encouraged to have their pets brought indoors. Do not approach any Coyotes.
If a Coyote is spotted, please contact us (650) 755-3838.
We walk to end drunk driving.
Will you take up the fight by joining us at Walk Like MADD?
WALK LIKE MADD is your chance to do something about drunk driving in our community. This year, thousands of people in over 60 cities around the nation will participate in 5k events to eliminate drunk driving from our roadways.
You can help MADD eliminate drunk driving by signing up for a Walk Like MADD event near you as a walker, team captain, or volunteer. You can even be involved.
Welcome To Broadmoor
I would like to welcome you to the Broadmoor Police Department and introduce myself. My name is Art Stellini and I am your Broadmoor Police Department Chief of Police. My goal as your police chief is to have a strong, positive relationship with the residents of Broadmoor.
My door is always open and I welcome you to visit us anytime with your questions or comments.
Chief of Police
Broadmoor Police Department
The community of Broadmoor, an area where deer and antelope once roamed as well as the Ohlone Indians, is unique in California. Located in Northern San Mateo County near the San Francisco County line, Broadmoor has the distinction of having the last remaining, single purpose, police protection district in the State of California.