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Menlo Park Updates

Nov 11

Youth volleyball season concludes at the Arrillaga Family Gymnasium

Posted on November 11, 2019 at 7:59 pm by Clay Curtin

The 2019 season of Menlo Park’s Youth Volleyball League concluded the week of November 4, with a final series of 6-8 grade championship games before an enthusiastic crowd of families, classmates and friends

The volleyball league is a recreational, noncompetitive league, organized by the City of Menlo Park. The City is responsible for scheduling games and coordinating referees for the eight participating schools, 40 teams and over 350 students.

Congratulations to the playoff winners and to all the participating teams for another awesome season!

Youth volleyball will return in fall 2020.
  • 6th Grade champions – Tier 1 – Hillview 2
  • 6h Grade runner-up – Tier 1 – Hillview 6
  • 6th Grade champions – Tier 2 – Woodside
  • 6th Grade runner-up – Tier 2 – La Entrada 1
  • 7th Grade champions – La Entrada 1
  • 7th Grade runner-up – Hillview 3
  • 8th Grade champions – Hillview 1
  • 8th Grade runner-up – La Entrada 2
Nov 11

Special free compost giveaway set for November 16

Posted on November 11, 2019 at 7:56 pm by Clay Curtin

Does your soil need more nutrients to create a lavish garden? You’re in luck! Due to a missed drop-off November 2, South Bay Recycling rescheduled the compost delivery to Saturday, November 16 at 7 a.m. This is the last delivery of the year.

In the meantime, you can also visit Shoreway Environmental Center to pick up free compost year-round; limit of two 50-lb bags per week. Please bring proof of residency. No appointment is needed.

If you have any other questions, feel free to reach out to the Sustainability Division. Happy gardening!

Nov 11

Limited front counter services on Thursday, Nov. 21

Posted on November 11, 2019 at 7:48 pm by Clay Curtin

The City is currently upgrading the software that processes building, planning, encroachment and heritage tree removal permits. In order to start the multiday data conversion phase, the City Hall front counter will not be able to accept, edit or issue any permits Thursday, November 21.

The counter will be open for water bill and business license payments, but customers are otherwise encouraged to reference the Building, Planning, Engineering and Heritage Tree webpages for information and forms, and/or visit the counter on another day for direct services.

In addition, please note that Building permit statuses and descriptions are always available online at the Search for a Permit page.

The new Accela permitting software will include capabilities for online applications, workflow consistency improvements, and mobile access for inspectors and other field staff, and is a top priority of the Information Technology Master Plan.