(735) King City

King City Area Office

Phone:

(831) 385-3216

Address:

2 Broadway Circle
King City , CA 93930-3502

Hours:

Monday:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday:
Closed
Sunday:
Closed

 

Overview


The California Highway Patrol (CHP) King City Area is proud to serve Southern Monterey County providing safety, service, and security to residents and the motoring public. As part of the CHP’s Coastal Division, the King City office patrols approximately 60 miles of US 101 from the city of Soledad to the Monterey County/San Luis Obispo County line. In addition to US 101, this command is also responsible for a very large unincorporated area which includes roadways such as State Route 198 from US 101 east to the Monterey/Fresno County line, as well as Jolon Road, and Metz Road incorporating approximately 75 miles in total length.

We offer numerous traffic safety programs designed to assist the public to stay safe while driving on the roads and highways. These programs include Start Smart, Age well Drive Smart, Adult Distracted Drivers, Teen Distracted Drivers, and Adult Distracted Drivers programs.  We also offer Recruiting Presentations for anyone considering a career in the CHP.  Please contact our office for any information on the variety of programs we offer.

You can assist our office by obeying the posted speed limit, driving defensively, and being considerate to other drivers. Thank you for visiting our website.  Click the Programs and Services tab to learn more about the many traffic safety programs the CHP offers.

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The Commander's Message


Welcome to the King City CHP Area.  On behalf of the men and women of this command, we appreciate your visit to our webpage.  King City CHP is a small command, but with a huge expanse of area that we are responsible for.  The surrounding areas are primarily agricultural and its inhabitants share a diverse heritage dating back to the Spanish conquistadors and early Native American settlers.  Presently, the majority of travelers are those going from Northern California to the greater Los Angeles Area.  In addition to travelers with legitimate business, our officers routinely stop people with criminal intentions. 

As commander, I am honored to work with the men and women of this office who strive every day to provide the highest level of indispensable service to the residents and travelers of Southern Monterey County.

 

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