Weekly Digest

September 17, 2018 - This week's stories

 
 • Resident feedback needed for the Belle Haven Neighborhood Traffic Calming Plan
 • City communications survey seeks your input
 Police host child safety seat installation and inspection event Sept. 23
 • Feedback sought for Santa Cruz Avenue/Alameda de Las Pulgas Corridor Study

Upcoming events:

September 18 to September 24
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Resident feedback needed for the Belle Haven Neighborhood Traffic Calming Plan

Belle Haven residents are invited to visit the following neighborhood locations through September 30 to review and provide feedback on the proposed Belle Haven Neighborhood Traffic Calming Plan presented on two large poster boards:
• Menlo Park Senior Center, 100 Terminal Ave.
• Belle Haven Branch Library, 413 Ivy Drive
• Neighborhood Service Center, 871 Hamilton Ave.
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Resident feedback needed for the Belle Haven Neighborhood Traffic Calming Plan

City communications survey seeks your input

The City of Menlo Park is conducting a survey to find out what residents think about the city’s messaging and communications efforts. As part of the City Council Work Plan, city staff is developing an updated communication plan and seeks your feedback via a quick 10-minute online survey at menlopark.org/communicationsurvey. Questions cover topics such as: information sources/outlets, top community issues, volume and frequency of communications, types of...Click to continue


City communications survey seeks feedback from residents

Police plan child safety seat installation and inspection event for Sept. 23

As part of National Child Passenger Safety Week, the Police Department is hosting a Child Safety Seat Installation and Inspection event to provide traffic safety education Sunday, September 23, 2018, from 9 a.m.–1 p.m. in the Burgess Park parking lot at 701 Laurel St. Residents are encouraged to bring their vehicle with their car seats to this FREE event. Certified child safety seat technicians will be on hand to ...Click to continue


Police host a child safety seat installation and inspection event

Feedback sought for Santa Cruz Avenue/Alameda de Las Pulgas Corridor Study

Residents that live near or use Santa Cruz Avenue (between Sand Hill Road to Alameda de las Pulgas) and/or Alameda de las Pulgas (between Santa Cruz Avenue and Avy Avenue) are encouraged to fill out a public survey led by the County of San Mateo Department of Public Works. The survey is intended to assist the County and its task force in developing near- and long-term opportunities to improve...Click to continue


Feedback sought for Santa Cruz Avenue/Alameda de Las Pulgas Corridor Safety Improvement Project

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