City Council Weekly Digest

December 22, 2017 - This week's stories

 • Apply for the City's new Advisory Districting Committee
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Overnight parking enforcement deferred for the holidays
 • City Manager names Interim Police Chief
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Funds raised at Paws for Paws event continue to help support police K-9’s
 • Health and Wellness Support at the Arrillaga Family Recreation Center

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Dec 23 to Dec 30
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Apply for the City's new Advisory Districting Committee

Menlo Park is recruiting to fill up to 9 seats on the City’s newly created Advisory Districting Committee. This Committee will be responsible for reviewing and recommending City Council district boundaries for the 2018 election. More information and a tentative schedule is included in the application packet. Additionally, Committee members must meet applicable pre-service, during service and post-service requirements. Eligibility requirements...Click to continue
Apply for the City's new Advisory Districting Committee

Overnight parking enforcement deferred for the holidays

The City of Menlo Park would like residents and their guests to enjoy suspended residential overnight parking enforcement. We understand that many residents are expecting guests from out of town and hosting events during the holiday season. As a courtesy, the overnight parking ordinance will not be enforced from Friday morning, Dec. 22, 2017 through Tuesday morning, Jan. 2, 2018. Overnight parking enforcement will...Click to continue

Overnight parking enforcement deferred for the holidays

City Manager names Interim Police Chief

City Manager Alex D. McIntyre has announced that Police Commander David Bertini has been named as Interim Police Chief, effective Saturday, January 6, 2018. Commander Bertini will lead Menlo Park’s Police Department on an interim basis until a permanent chief is named. The announcement comes after Police Chief Robert Jonsen accepted the position of Palo Alto Police Chief, effective January 5, 2018. Commander Bertini has been with the Menlo Park Police Department since...Click to continue

City Manager names Interim Police Chief

Funds raised at Paws for Paws event continue to help support police K-9’s

The Menlo Park Police Foundation is proud to announce that it raised $6,000 at the Paws for Paws II event held Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017, in Burgess Park. The funds raised are earmarked for K-9 safety equipment for Menlo Park Police Department K-9’s Hardy and Duke. A portion of these funds will be donated to the Hurricane Harvey Fund for the Houston Humane Society. All expenses were underwritten by...Click to continue

Funds raised at Paws for Paws event continue to help support police K-9’s

Health and Wellness Support at the Arrillaga Family Recreation Center

The Arrillaga Family Recreation Center is focusing on the importance of unplugging from technology and destressing from responsibilities of our daily lives by providing programming to combat these negative effects. Meditation, stretching and other mind and body practices have been used for centuries to help activate natural relaxation responses, increase mental agility and concentration. A 2104 study...Click to continue

Health and Wellness Support at the Arrillaga Family Recreation Center

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