Located just off Ralston Avenue and next to Twin Pines Park, Belmont City Hall houses the Police Department and…More Permit Center, as well as the City Clerk and City Manager's office. The City Council Chambers are also located in City Hall. The City Council meets the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm, and the meetings are broadcast live on cable channel 27.</p>
Belmont Permit Center 1 Twin Pines Ln, Belmont, CA94002 The Permit Center serves as a public information service counter upon entering City Hall. The Permit Center provides…More information and applications for business permits, planning entitlements, business licenses, temporary encroachment permits and administrative permanent encroachment permits.
Belmont-San Carlos Fire Station 15 2701 Cipriani Blvd, Belmont, CA94002 Fire Station 15 is one of the two fire stations in Belmont, and one of the four fire stations that comprise the…More Belmont-San Carlos Fire Department. There are twelve firefighters, six fire captains and three batallion chiefs staffed in the city of Belmont, as well as a fire engine at each station and a fire truck that is shared among the four fire stations. Merged since 1979, the cities will separate the fire departments as of October 2011. Belmont will either restart its Fire Protection District or join firefighting forces with other neighboring cities such as San Mateo or Foster City. The Belmont-San Carlos Fire Department also provides the hazardous materials team for San Mateo County.
Police Department Belmont 1 Twin Pines Ln, Belmont, CA94002 Located in a wing of City Hall, the Belmont Police Department has provided the community with a high level of service…More for more than eight decades. The department consists of 50 full-time personnel working in two divisions: operation and support services. The police department works in partnership with the community and its many volunteers to prevent, reduce and solve crime, as well as to improve the quality of life in Belmont.
Belmont-San Carlos Fire Station 14 911 Granada St, Belmont, CA94002 Fire Station 14 is one of two fire stations in Belmont and one of four fire stations comprising the Belmont-San…More Carlos Fire Department. There are 12 firefighters, six fire captains and three batallion chiefs staffed in the city of Belmont, as well as a fire engine at each station and a fire truck that is shared among the four fire stations. Joined since 1979, the cities will separate the fire department as of October 2011. Belmont will either restart its Fire Protection District or join firefighting forces with other neighboring cities, such as San Mateo or Foster City. The Belmont-San Carlos Fire Department also provides the hazardous materials team for San Mateo County.
Belmont Parks and Recreation Department 30 Twin Pines Ln, Belmont, CA94002 Nestled near the quiet and tree-filled Twin Pines Park, the Belmont Parks and Recreation Department provides a variety…More of recreational programs and services in the city's parks and facilities. Seasonal activity guides provide information on a number of activites for children, teens and adults, from French cooking classes to yoga and tennis lessons to dance programs. The Parks and Recreation Commission meets the first Wednesday of the month in the City Hall Council Chambers.
The Belmont Police Department serves the 26,000 residents of the city of Belmont. The 31 sworn-in officers comprise…More various units including the patrol division, the traffic unit and the investigations unit, as well as a K-9 unit. The Police Department also features a number of support services; the communications unit, the records unit, the investigations unit and gang resistance education and training.</p>
<p>Located just inside City Hall, the Police Department is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.</p>
Kidizens 1340 El Camino Real, Belmont, CA94002 Kidizens is an educational program designed to teach children life skills and offer them an opportunity to engage with…More their peers to learn about topics like economics and civics. Children use Legos to design cities that they then live in and govern in all matters, including making laws and dealing with issues such as crime and the economy. While learning about these issues, children will experience leadership opportunities, debate, public speaking and social interaction. All programs are age-specific, though programs do eventually interact with each other.