If you missed the meeting on Tuesday, September 23, 2014, Symposia #1, presented by Bay Area Economics (BAE) on growth management and economic development, a recording of the presentation and Q+A session is now available to watch online.
Topics included in the discussion were why economic development is important, what is Menlo Park’s economy today, and what are the real estate market trends.
Upcoming ConnectMenlo Events
We would love to see you at one or more of the following events. Public participation is a key part of the success of this effort. Focus Group
Mixed use? More office use? Increased recreational opportunities? Greater access to retail and services? Your ideas are needed to help identify land use concepts for the future of the M-2 area. These ideas will then be developed into land use alternatives that will be presented at a future community workshop.September 29| 7-9 p.m.| Juniper Room, Arrillaga Family Recreation CenterMobile Workshop
Tour Menlo Park like you have never seen it before. We will be taking a double decker bus around town to view and discuss various land use and circulation concepts and issues.
October 1| 12:30-3:30 p.m.| Meet at 701 Laurel Street
Please arrive on time
Symposium #2 - Traffic, Transportation, Circulation and Mobility
The purpose of the Traffic, Transportation, Circulation and Mobility Symposium on October 8th is to increase understanding of the various ways to measure traffic impacts, including conventional intersection Level of Service (LOS), roadway segment LOS, and Multi-Modal LOS, and offer guidance on which may be best suited for Menlo Park.
October 8, 2014| 7-9 p.m.| City Council Chambers