How Can I Get A Santa Clara County CHP Accident Report?
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Where does the CHP make accident reports in Santa Clara County?
The CHP prepares accident reports in the following Santa Clara County cities and towns:
- Los Gatos
- Los Altos
- Los Altos Hills
- Monte Sereno
- Morgan Hill
- Mountain View
- Palo Alto
- San Jose
- Santa Clara
How can I get my accident report?
All CHP offices call their accident report a collision report.
A proper Party of Interest can request CHP collision report copy, without having to go to the CHP Area office where the collision report was filed.
What is a proper "Party of Interest" to the CHP?
A proper party of interest to the CHP is any of these people: Driver, Passenger, Property Owner, Vehicle Owner, Parent of Minor, or Legal Guardian.
Just print and complete form CHP 190 and submit in person or mail to your nearest Area office: CHP collision report request form
Where can I get my CHP accident report if my accident happened in Campbell, Cupertino, Gilroy, Los Gatos, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Milpitas, Monte Sereno, Morgan Hill, Mountain View, Palo Alto, San Jose, Santa Clara, Saratoga, or Sunnyvale?
The Santa Clara County CHP has two locations:
The CHP office in San Jose Area is called the "San Jose Area" office, which is part of the Golden Gate Division.
The CHP San Jose Area geographical area of coverage stretches US-101, I-280, I-680, I-880, SR-17, SR-85, SR-87, SR-130, and SR-237. The CHP San Jose Area office also covers parts of Montague Expressway, San Tomas Expressway, Lawrence Expressway, and Central Expressway, and roughly 1,000 miles of unincorporated roadways in Santa Clara County.
The CHP office in Gilroy is called the "CHP Hollister-Gilroy Area" office.
The CHP Hollister-Gilroy Area geographical area of coverage stretches from US-101 at Blossom Hill Road in San Jose south to the Monterey County line, from SR-85 at Cottle Road south to US-101, from SR-152 at Dinosaur Point west to Hecker Pass, from SR-156 at SR-152 to US-101, and from SR-25 at US-101 to Pinnacles National Park.
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