Weekly Digest

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For the week of November 4, 2019

This week's stories

• Ranger service begins at Bedwell Bayfront Park and Kelly Park
• Limited front counter services on Thursday, Nov. 21
• Review Menlo Park’s average daily traffic data online


Upcoming public meetings

• Tuesday, November 5, 5 p.m.
   City Council meeting agenda
• Wednesday, November 6, 6:30 p.m.
   Housing Commission meeting agenda
• Tuesday, November 12, 3 p.m.
   Sister City Committee special meeting

Upcoming events

• Wednesday, November 6, 5-8 p.m. 
  Off the Grid food truck market
• Monday, November 11,  all day 
  Veterans Day Holiday - City offices closed
• View all events
  City calendar


Menlo Park caltrain station

Ranger service begins at Bedwell Bayfront Park and Kelly Park

On November 1, park ranger service began at Bedwell Bayfront Park and Kelly Park. Rangers will work 365 days per year, with the weekly hours worked ranging from 28 to 40 hours depending on the time of year. The ranger’s work includes daily patrol, educational outreach, verbal and/or written warnings pursuant to municipal code, fire suppression and litter collection. The City’s ranger service contractor is California Land Management (CLM). CLM worked with the City from...Click to continue

duck swimming with bedwell bayfront park hills in the background

Limited front counter services on Thursday, Nov. 21

The City is currently upgrading the software that processes building, planning, encroachment and heritage tree removal permits. In order to start the multi-day data conversion phase, the City Hall front counter will not be able to accept, edit or issue any permits on Thursday, November 21. The counter will be open for water bill and business license payments, but customers are otherwise encouraged to reference the Building, Planning, Engineering and Heritage Tree...Click to continue


residential home under construction

Review Menlo Park’s average daily traffic data online

The City of Menlo Park publishes traffic volume data spanning more than a decade in an online portal available to the public. Members of the community can access the traffic data for major streets and see both historical traffic counts and traffic projections for 2040. Using the traffic volume data map is easy. After navigating to the “Traffic volume data” webpage on the Transportation Division portion on the city website, residents can click the interactive map link or on the map itself...Click to continue


traffic volume data map

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