City Council Weekly Digest

March 19, 2018 - This week's stories

 • City Council to consider districting committee's final recommendations
 • Water main break cuts off water to customers
 • Residents invited to apply for commission vacancies
 • Take steps to prevent mail theft during tax season


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March 20 to March 26
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City Council to consider districting committee's final recommendations

The City Council will hold a public hearing Wednesday, March 21, 2018, to consider the Advisory Districting Committee's final recommendations. These recommendations include options for five voting districts, six voting districts (with an at-large elected mayor) and election sequencing that would layout which districts vote in 2018 and which in 2020. Residents can review the public hearing staff report (including...Click to continue


City Council to consider districting committee's final recommendations

Water main break cuts off water to customers

Menlo Park Municipal Water and Public works staff responded to reports of a water main break at approximately 4 a.m., Saturday, March 10. The water leak was reported near the intersection of Bay Road and Van Buren Road. On-call staff responded quickly and located the water main break within the Willow Road/U.S. 101 interchange project construction site. The break resulted in low water pressure for many customers until crews restored it at about 7 a.m. However...Click to continue 


Water main break cuts off water to customers

Residents invited to apply for commission vacancies

Serving on a City of Menlo Park commission or committee is one way members of the public can volunteer and get involved with their local government. Recruitment for commission terms expiring this April is already underway. In the past year, commissions have played an instrumental role in providing feedback on important City projects such as the library system improvements, community zero...Click to continue 

Residents invited to apply for commission vacancies

Take steps to prevent mail theft during tax season

As we near the peak of tax season, please take the following precautions to avoid becoming a victim of mail theft including do not place outgoing mail in your mailbox, take all outgoing mail to the local post office to mail or drop it in one of the large blue U.S. Postal Service collection boxes, pick up your mail promptly after delivery, don't leave it in your mailbox overnight, if you're expecting checks, credit cards or...Click to continue


Take steps to prevent mail theft during tax season

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