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Vallejo Police Department
Robert W Nichelini(Chief of Police)
111 Amador St,
Vallejo, CA, 94590

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The city of Vallejo, also called "Valley-Joe", "V-Town", "The V" was incorporated in 1867 and encompasses the following counties: Solano. Vallejo's government type is Council-Manager. It is comprised of the Mayor, who is currently Osby Davis, City Manager, who is currently Daniel E. Keen.

Vallejo encompasses land area: 30.6 sq mi (79.4 km2), water area: 18.8 sq mi (48.8 km2)  38.0%. The elevation is 60 ft (21 m) above sea level. This equates to a population density of 3,780.18/sq mi (1,459.54/km2). The local time zone is PST (UTC-8).

Local area codes are 707. The Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) code for the city is 06-81666, which is used in computer filings when non-government agencies and contractors fulfill government contracts. Additional information and the official website of the city is found at www.ci.vallejo.ca.us.

Vallejo (pron.: /vəˈleɪ.oʊ/ or /vəˈleɪhoʊ/; Spanish: [baˈʎexo]) is the largest city in Solano County, California, United States. The population was 115,942 at the 2010 census. It is the tenth most populous city in the San Francisco Bay Area, and is located on the northeastern shore of San Pablo Bay. Vallejo is named for General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo (the neighboring city of Benicia is named for his wife).

Vallejo is home to the Six Flags Discovery Kingdom theme park (formerly Marine World and Marine World Africa USA); the now-defunct Mare Island Naval Shipyard; the regional office for Region 5 of the United States Forest Service; the California Maritime Academy (part of the California State University system); the Vallejo Center campus of Solano Community College; and Touro University California, a graduate school offering programs in osteopathic medicine, education, pharmacy, physician assistant studies, and public health. Ferry service runs from a terminal on Mare Island Strait to San Francisco, through the BayLink division of SolTrans.

Vallejo has twice served as the capital of the state of California: once in 1852 and again in 1853, both periods being brief. Some of the first Europeans drawn to the Vallejo area were attracted by the sulfur springs; in the year 1902 the area was named Blue Rock Springs. In 2008, Vallejo became the largest city to file for bankruptcy in California history (later surpassed by Stockton in 2012).