Weekly Digest

For the week of April 15, 2019

This week's stories

April 23 Transportation Master Plan meeting to discuss project priorities
Summer recreation classes and camp registration opens April 22
Help protect Menlo Park inlets and storm drains

Upcoming public meetings

• Monday, April 15, 6:30 p.m.
  Library Commission agenda 
• Tuesday, April 16, 5 p.m., Senior Center
  City Council agenda
• Wednesday, April 17, 6 p.m.
  Environmental Quality Commission agenda
• Monday, April 22, 5 p.m. 
  City Council Rail Subcommittee special meeting 
• Tuesday, April 23, 6 p.m. 
  Transportation Master Plan Oversight and Outreach Committee meeting

April 16, 2019, City Council meeting will be at the Senior Center and focus on Belle Haven

Upcoming events

• Wednesday, April 17, 5–9 p.m.
  Off the Grid food truck market
• Saturday, April 20, 10 a.m.–Noon
  Egg Hunts at Burgess Park and Kelly Park 
• More events
  Entire event calendar

Egg Hunt

April 23 Transportation Master Plan meeting to discuss project priorities

The Transportation Master Plan Oversight and Outreach Committee will discuss the project prioritization system identified for the Transportation Master Plan at its upcoming meeting April 23, 2019, at 6 p.m. in the Arrillaga Family Recreation Center. The meeting agenda will be published the evening of Thursday, April 18. The Transportation Master Plan will help identify appropriate projects that enhance the...Click to continue


April 23 Transportation Master Plan meeting to discuss project priorities

Summer recreation classes and camp registration opens April 22

Ready to kick it into high gear this summer? Make Menlo Park your destination for taking a new fitness class or enrolling your child in a week of camp. We have a wide range of recreation and wellness classes for all ages to enjoy. The City also offers a variety of City-run summer camp programs such as: Menlo Madness, Menlo Palooza and Camp Menlo. Camps are for children 3–12 years old. Campers will spend time on...Click to continue


Summer recreation classes and camp registration opens April 22

Help protect Menlo Park inlets and storm drains

With the end of the rain season in sight, it is important to keep debris away from storm drain inlets. The three main types of stormwater pollutants are: litter (e.g. cans, paper and plastic bags and cigarette butts), chemicals (e.g. detergents, automotive fluids and fertilizers), organic waste (e.g. leaves, lawn and garden clippings and animal excrement). If you notice waste dumped illegally in or near the storm drains or in the public right of way, please report an illicit...Click to continue
Help protect Menlo Park inlets and storm drains

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