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For the week of November 18, 2019

This week's stories

• Get around town using the City’s free shuttle system
• SamTrans seeking community feedback on transformative study - Reimagine SamTrans
• Limited front counter services on Thursday, Nov. 21

Upcoming public meetings

• Monday, November 18, 6:30 p.m.
  Library Commission meeting
• Monday, November 18, 7 p.m.
  Planning Commission meeting
• Tuesday, November 19, 5:30 p.m.
  City Council meeting agenda


City pond aerial

Upcoming events

• Friday, November 22, 6:30 p.m.
  Bookish Trivia Night

• Saturday, November 23, 8:30 a.m.-Noon
  Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event

• Saturday, November 23, 10 a.m.
  Nealon Park Playground Grand Opening
• View all events
  City calendar
  

Menlo Park Caltrain Station

Get around town using the City’s free shuttle system

Did you know that the City of Menlo Park operates four FREE, publicly accessible shuttle lines? These shuttle lines are a great way to get around town to run errands, visit friends, get to home or work from Caltrain, and/or shop just in time for the holidays! All these shuttles are open to everyone, have a rack for two bicycles and are wheelchair-accessible. The M2-Belle Haven is a service connecting the Belle Haven neighborhood with the Library, Burgess…Click to continue


Get around town using the City’s free shuttle system

SamTrans seeking community feedback on transformative study - Reimagine SamTrans

SamTrans recently launched Reimagine SamTrans, a transformative study that will examine each route in the SamTrans bus system in light of changing travel patterns. Reimagine SamTrans will consider everything from customer experience, to route design, to how often buses run, to efficient and effective operations and practice. And they need your feedback on this critical effort! Whether you take the…Click to continue


SamTrans seeking community feedback on transformative study - Reimagine SamTrans

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 multiday data conversion phase, the City Hall front counter will not be able to accept, edit or issue any permits 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

Limited front counter services on Thursday, Nov. 21

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