Weekly Digest

February 11, 2019 - This week's stories

• Belle Haven residents invited to submit mini-grant applications by March 12
• Residents urged to never blow/rake leaves into the street or storm drain
• City to host 19th annual Black History Month celebration
• Police Chief to hold Belle Haven community meeting
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Belle Haven residents invited to submit
mini-grant applications by March 12

Applications are being accepted for the 2019 Belle Haven Mini-Grant Program. This program provides grants of $500, $1,000 or $1,500 to residents of Menlo Park’s Belle Haven neighborhood for home improvement projects that enhance curb appeal or activities that build community. This program is supported by the City of Menlo Park and administered by the Belle Haven Community Development Fund, a partner fund of the Silicon Valley Community...Click to continue


Belle Haven residents invited to submit mini-grant applications by March 12

Residents urged to never blow/rake leaves
into the street or storm drain

With the National Weather Service forecasting more rain this week as part of a moderate storm arriving Wednesday and Thursday this week, residents are encouraged to help keep storm drains clear of leaves and debris. Menlo Park’s incredible tree canopy is part of what has made it a Tree City USA for the last 18 years. That same tree canopy produces...Click to continue


Residents urged to never blow/rake leaves into the street or storm drain

City to host 19th annual Black History Month celebration

The City is planning its 19th annual Black History Month Luncheon and Gospel Fest for February 22 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. This traditionally sold-out event will start with a welcoming speech by Mayor Pro Tem Cecilia Taylor, followed by a poetry reading from local poetess Kalamu Chache and a dance performance by Menlo Park Senior Center's very own Soul Line Dance Troupe. Gospel singers from local...Click to continue


City to host 19th annual Black History Month celebration

Police Chief to hold Belle Haven community meeting

Police Chief Dave Bertini and other Police Department representatives invite residents to join them February 25, from 6-7 p.m. at the Neighborhood Service Center at 871 Hamilton Ave., to learn about  police services provided in the Belle Haven community. This community meeting is an opportunity for residents and neighborhood businesses to have a conversation with Chief Bertini regarding community concerns that impact the area. The discussion will include...Click to continue

Police Chief to hold Belle Haven community meeting

Turn your passion into your career!

The City of Menlo Park is now accepting applications for three exciting career opportunities. If you embrace collaboration, enjoy independence to develop creative solutions, quality customer service and striving for professional growth, then consider applying! For more information and additional opportunities, please check our jobs page at menlopark.org/jobs. The City offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time and some part-time employees. The package includes medical, vision and dental...Click to continue


Turn your passion into your career!

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