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For the week of July 29, 2019

This week's stories

• City closes part of Bedwell Bayfront Park trail for repairs
• Join us Tuesday, August 6 for National Night Out
• Please remember to water both street and private trees on your property
• Plan ahead for your commute and help reduce air pollution 

Upcoming public meetings

• Monday, July 29, 6:30 p.m.
  Planning Commission meeting agenda

City pond aerial

Upcoming events

• Wednesday, July 31, 5–9 p.m.
  Off the Grid food truck market
• Wednesday, July 31, 6:30 p.m.
  Summer Concert Series:
  Fog City Swampers (Rock Covers)
• Tuesday, August 6, 6 p.m.
  National Night Out
• View all events
  City calendar
  

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City closes part of Bedwell Bayfront Park trail for repairs

City crews have closed part of the Bedwell Bayfront Park perimeter trail for repair work starting Wednesday, July 31, 2019. The affected area is a small part of the 2.3-mile trail around the park’s edge, which is also part of the San Francisco Bay Trail. The temporary closure may last up to two weeks. Park users should use alternate trail routes, obey all posted signs and avoid the immediate area around the work zone. Trucks and equipment that will enter and exit the...Click to continue


City closes part of Bedwell Bayfront Park trail for repairs

Join us Tuesday, August 6 for National Night Out

National Night Out is a time to celebrate partnerships between law enforcement agencies and local neighborhoods. National Night Out is celebrated nationwide and is a community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships, neighborhood camaraderie and crime prevention. It enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. 
This year’s…Click to continue


Join us Tuesday, August 6 for National Night Out

Please remember to water both street and private trees on your property

The City of Menlo Park encourages residents to water both your private trees and street trees located between your property and the street. During these warm months this step will help maintain our beautiful urban forest. Younger trees should receive at least 5 gallons of water once each week, not only to keep the trees from dying, but also to help the young trees grow and remain healthy throughout their life cycle. Likewise, all trees should receive regular...Click to continue


Please remember to water both street and private trees on your property

Plan ahead for your commute and help reduce air pollution 

Warmer temperatures are here. The Bay Area Air Quality Management District is encouraging residents to plan ahead and reduce driving to improve air quality. Fewer cars on the road can mean fewer smoggy days, and fewer Spare the Air alerts. Ground-level ozone, or smog, is the primary air pollutant during the warmer months in the Bay Area. Poor air quality in the Bay Area affects everyone, but there is a higher risk for children, pregnant women, the elderly and those with...Click to continue

Plan ahead for your commute and help reduce air pollution

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