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New shop for CVPD Nohely Mendoza | Sun, Jul 17 2011 12:00 PM

The first Chula Vista Police Department storefront opened in Otay RanchTown Center.

Opening day was July 12 and featured a celebration in which officers provided guided tours and visitors viewed Chula Vista Police Department historic memorabilia; live music and children’s crafts were also provided.

The first 25 vehicles to show up received free VIN etching on their car windows during
the event.

“Placing our new police storefront at Otay RanchTown Center was a natural choice for community
service,” said Chula Vista Chief of Police David Bejarano in a press release.

“People can come and meet with members of our Senior Volunteer Patrol, talk with officers while they are in the storefront and get access to information on services and programs available through the Chula Vista Police Department.

Due to the high volume of people using the Otay Ranch Town Center for their shopping needs, dining out, entertainment and the farmer’s market, we felt the location was ideal.”

The new Chula Vista Police Department storefront is located near the center of the mall, just off Main Street and immediately across from Macy’s. The storefront will be open Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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