Learn how to submit district maps to the Independent Redistricting Commission on March 3
Menlo Park is redistricting and the Independent Redistricting Commission is calling for feedback and map submissions from the Menlo Park community.
In order to make sure that community members have access to all the information they need to provide input and submit maps, the IRC is holding a mapping tool workshop during their hybrid meeting.
Independent Redistricting Commission hybrid mapping workshop
March 3, 2022
City Council Chambers and Zoom
Community members are encouraged to attend virtually or in-person to learn about map requirements, map submissions tools, communities of interest and more.
Draft district maps can be submitted online, using the online mapping tool, and at library workstations now available at both the Menlo Park Library and Belle Haven Branch Library, for the sole purpose of map submissions.
Paper maps are also available at the Main Branch Library, the Belle Haven Branch Library, City Hall, the Police Department, the Arrillaga Family Gymnasium, and the Arrillaga Family Recreation Center.
Any community members wishing to fill out and submit a paper map can do so by mailing it to City Hall at 701 Laurel St., emailing an image or pdf to City Clerk Judi Herren, or dropping off at the Police Department.
For more information, visit the redistricting webpage.
Pam D Jones March 02, 2022 at 5:23 pm
Please note the neighborhoods are labeled incorrectly. The Belle Haven neighborhood is not part of “Suburban Park, Flood Triangle, Suburban Park” as labeled on the map. The Willows is not part of “South of Seminary/Vintage Oaks.”
P.A.McDaniel March 04, 2022 at 11:47 am
This map looks wrong. Who is doing the labeling? I live in Belle Haven.
Linda Hubbard March 04, 2022 at 12:33 pm
It is wrong — I believe many Belle Haven residents have pointed that ou.