City Council Weekly Digest

October 06, 2017 - This week's stories

 • Join us in song at the Frozen Sing-Along!
 • Final Alternatives for Ravenswood Avenue Railroad Crossing
 • Menlo Park welcomes police academy graduates, Grieves and Hodges
 • National Bullying Prevention Month 
 • Drop off location for Hurricane victims

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Oct 07 to Oct 14
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Join us in song at the Frozen Sing-Along!

Back by popular demand, the City of Menlo Park, in conjunction with Guggenheim Entertainment, presents the Frozen Sing-Along! Oct. 8, 2017, 1-3 p.m. Sing along with the Academy Award-nominated film. Participants are encouraged to dress up as Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Olaf or their favorite Frozen character. This sing-along event is highly interactive with in-movie antics and a special “Fun Pack” for advance ticket buyers. Held at the Menlo-Atherton Performing Arts Center, this event will allow you to relive the magic and wonder of this animated hit...Click to continue

Join us in song at the Frozen Sing-Along!

Final Alternatives for Ravenswood Avenue Railroad Crossing

The final alternatives of the Ravenswood Avenue Railroad Crossing study will be presented to the City Council at their regular meeting Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017, at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers for their selection of a preferred alternative. The project team will present the proposed alternatives and impacts including construction and “shoofly” designs as well as feedback received to date. Please join us to hear about this important project and to provide your feedback to help the City Council select...Click to continue

Final Alternatives for Ravenswood Avenue Railroad Crossing

Menlo Park welcomes police academy graduates, Grieves and Hodges

Menlo Park welcomes its newest police officers, Michael Grieves and Jeremy Hodges. Both graduated Tuesday, Oct. 3, from the College of San Mateo police academy. The two started as police recruits in April 2017 and successfully completed six months of intensive police training, which consisted of written and physical abilities tests. The California Commission on Peace Officers Standards (POST) requires police officers to receive initial foundation training and...Click to continue

Menlo Park welcomes police academy graduates, Grieves and Hodges

National Bullying Prevention Month 

Bullying is carried out in many forms, which include embarrassment, harassment, name-calling, exclusion, threats, teasing, cyberbullying, intimidation and more. We can all imagine how it feels to be a victim of such aggression. The emotions are unwelcome and often the sufferer is left feeling humiliated by those using intimidation tactics against them. It may be obvious to tell your child to be strong under such pressure that you hope will soon pass for them but it may be more difficult for your child exhibit that strength under...Click to continue

National Bullying Prevention Month

Drop off location for Hurricane victims

Hurricane Harvey devastated Houston and its surrounding population some weeks back, leaving thousands of people without much more than the clothes on their backs. Harvey which has killed approximately 83 people, destroyed or damaged over 100,000 homes, flooded neighborhoods and displaced over 30,000 in Texas as well as Louisiana has had an huge toll on the country Therefore as the citizens return to their neighborhoods and figure out what comes next, recovering from a disaster of this magnitude could take years...Click to continue

Drop off location for Hurricane victims

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