Weekly Digest

February 4, 2019 - This week's stories

• City to host Safe Routes to School spring party
• Closures to impact Constitution/Independence and Middlefield Roads
• New recruits embark on police officer careers
• Accepting applications for Little Free Library Incentive Program

Upcoming events:

February 5 to February 11
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City to host Safe Routes to School spring party

Save the date! The City is creating a Citywide Safe Routes to School program and is hosting a fun and interactive event to help educate residents. Join us Sunday, March 24, from 1-4 p.m. at the Arrillaga Family Recreation Center (Sequoia Room/Patio), 700 Alma Street. The event will offer both fun and informational opportunities such as: A free mobile bike repair station,
bike blender to make free smoothies, bike helmet fittings,  opportunity to give...Click to continue


Safe Routes to School spring party

Closures to impact Constitution/Independence and Middlefield Roads

A few construction projects are expected to have notable traffic impacts in the coming weeks. These impacts are expected on Marsh Road at the exit to Constitution Road as well as along Middlefield Road between Willow Road and Ringwood Avenue during nighttime hours. The Marsh Road exit to Constitution Road and Independence Road will likely be closed for realignment starting Monday, February 18, weather permitting. Access to Constitution Road and...Click to continue


Closures to impact Constitution/Independence and Middlefield Roads

New recruits embark on police officer careers

Menlo Park welcomes new police recruits Santiago Dejesus, Samir Essa and Fabrizio Ferrieri. The three will attend the Basic Police Academy at the College of San Mateo campus for the next six months. The Basic Police Academy is offered by the South Bay Regional Public Safety Training Consortium, also known as The Academy. This intensive police-training program consists of both written and physical abilities tests. The California Commission on Peace Officers Standards (POST) requires...Click to continue


New recruits embark on police officer careers

Accepting applications for Little Free Library Incentive Program

Little Free Libraries are “take a book, return a book” free book exchanges popularized by the nonprofit organization Little Free Library. They typically take the form of a small wooden box of books mounted on a post in front of a home or business where passersby can easily access the books. The vast majority are maintained by sponsoring community members sometimes referred to as “stewards.” Studies have consistently shown that young children who have...Click to continue


Accepting applications for Little Free Library Incentive Program

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