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GranFondo bike racing event will take place this Saturday, June 22. Expect some traffic delays in the area of Middlefield Rd., Woodland Ave., and Sand Hill Rd. between 7:00 am to 8:00 pm and on Willow Rd. between 11:00 am – 3:00 pm. Visit the race site for more information.

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Find a Little Free Library in your neighborhood

The Menlo Park Library Foundation is a proud co-sponsor of the Menlo Park Little Free Library Incentive Program. The program provided 23 “little free library” boxes to Menlo Park residents. In exchange, participating property owners pledged to keep the Library on their property, curate its book collection, and keep their Library in good condition. Find […]

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Menlo Park women injured near Nealon Park by man driving stolen vehicle

Late Friday night (June 7), Menlo Park Police Officers responded to Nealon Park on the report of a verbal altercation between a neighbor and the occupant of a parked vehicle. Just prior to police arrival, the occupant of the parked vehicle started to drive away and intentionally drove his vehicle in the direction of a […]

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New art camp at Ladera Recreation this summer

Robin Harper is leading a mixed media art camp at the Ladera Recreation District this summer. Dates are June 17 – July 10, Mondays & Wednesdays, 1:30-2:30 pm. “We will be experimenting with fun and new materials and techniques like making your own scratch paper, dyed paper, blow cool trees using straws, make a sparkling […]

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Menlo Park City Council to review request for citywide development moratorium

The City of Menlo Park announced Mayor Ray Mueller’s June 5, 2019, receipt of a written agenda request from Mayor Pro Tem Cecilia Taylor and Councilmember Betsy Nash, for the consideration a citywide development moratorium. The moratorium specifically would cover all new non-residential construction (including hotels) and any increased floor area ratio (FAR) for existing […]

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Owner of Boxing Theory gym arrested on sexual assault charges involving a juvenile female

Earlier this week, a juvenile female reported to the Menlo Park Police Department that she was the victim of sexual assault by her personal trainer while at the Boxing Theory gym in the 100 block of Constitution Drive. The suspect of the sexual assault was determined to be the owner of Boxing Theory, identified as […]

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Photographer Larry Calof is featured artist in June at Portola Art Gallery

“Learning to Fly,” a collection of photographic images of various species of owls, including Snowy Owls, as well as other birds by Larry Calof of Atherton is the featured exhibit at Portola Art Gallery in June.. The exhibit features images printed on canvas and aluminum, as well as pieces printed on traditional archival paper. A […]

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Menlo Park City School District announces community connection opportunities before the end of school year

The current year may be drawing to a close on June 14, but there are still plenty of chances to share your input and connect with the Menlo Park City School District before then. June 4: School Board meeting with end of year staff celebration. You are invited to attend our regular School Board meeting […]

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Menlo Park Library’s Summer Learning Challenge kicks off in June

The annual Summer Learning Challenge kicks off with events for both children and adults at the Menlo Park Library. The children’s Summer Learning Challenge Kickoff is Saturday, June 1, 2019, 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Participants will collect a free book, incentive prize and enter the weekly raffle for fun outings. Other fun activities are also planned. […]

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M-A wins PAL Commissioner’s Cup for the 11th year in a row

Menlo-Atherton High School won the Peninsula Athletic League Commissioner’s Cup again this year, the school’s 11th consecutive and 12 of the 13 years of its existence. This year was extremely close with Carlmont only 5 points behind. Points are earned from how varsity teams finish in league play, and there is also a sportsmanship aspect […]

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Menlo Park City School District wants to hear from you!

It’s time again for MPCSD’s annual community survey. The district uses your feedback as it plans for the future. MPCSD schools are Encinal, Laurel, and Oak Knoll Elementary and Hillview Middle and serve nearly 3000 students and their families. Whether you have children currently in the district schools or not, please help MPCSD by taking […]

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