City of Menlo Park encourages online services and appointments

City of Menlo Park encourages online services and appointments

In recognition of the continued spike in COVID-19 cases countywide, the City of Menlo Park wants to remind our community of the many services which

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on January 13, 2022
Music with Nathalia set for January 18

Music with Nathalia set for January 18

Children and their families love interacting with Nathalia, during her interactive, bilingual music class! The next class is on Tuesday, January 18, from 10:00 to

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on January 13, 2022
Town of Atherton seeks residents’ opinions about gas-powered garden equipment

Town of Atherton seeks residents’ opinions about gas-powered garden equipment

The Town of Atherton  is considering amendments to its restrictions on the use of small gas-powered garden equipment. This equipment includes leaf-blowers, outdoor vacuums, power

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on January 12, 2022
Belle Haven Action hosts Martin Luther King, Jr. unity walk on January 17

Belle Haven Action hosts Martin Luther King, Jr. unity walk on January 17

Belle Haven Action is organizing a walk in celebration of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday, January 17, at 11:00 am. The

by Linda Hubbard
on January 12, 2022
Alert citizen’s report leads to seizure of weapons by Menlo Park Police

Alert citizen’s report leads to seizure of weapons by Menlo Park Police

On January 11, 2022 at approximately 7:40 p.m., Menlo Park Police Officers responded to a call of a man with a gun at the intersection

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on January 12, 2022
“Code Red for Humanity: What Municipalities Can Do” is climate webinar topic on January 14

“Code Red for Humanity: What Municipalities Can Do” is climate webinar topic on January 14

Environmental organization Acterra invites local elected officials and their concerned constituents to participate in “Code Red for Humanity: What Municipalities Can Do,” a webinar focused

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on January 12, 2022
Erin Paruszewski writes fitness book – It Doesn’t Have to Hurt to Work

Erin Paruszewski writes fitness book – It Doesn’t Have to Hurt to Work

Local author, entrepreneur and founder of Alkalign, Erin Paruszewski recently published a book called It Doesn’t Have to Hurt to Work. It’s a transformational memoir

by Linda Hubbard
on January 11, 2022
Next Independent Redistricting Commission meeting is via Zoom on January 13

Next Independent Redistricting Commission meeting is via Zoom on January 13

Join Menlo Park's Independent Redistricting Commission for Zoom meeting  on Thursday, January 13, 2022 at 6:00 pm Every 10 years, local governments use new data

by Linda Hubbard
on January 11, 2022
Town of Woodside changes how members of Town Council are elected

Town of Woodside changes how members of Town Council are elected

The Town of Woodside is making a change in how voters elect its Town Council. Beginning in 2022, voters will vote for one Town Council

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on January 10, 2022
Crystal Byrd Farmer talks about diversity on January 12

Crystal Byrd Farmer talks about diversity on January 12

On Wednesday, January 12, from 6:30 to 7:30 pm, Crystal Byrd Farmer offers no-nonsense advice for all well-meaning people leading progressive organizations who acknowledge the need

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on January 10, 2022
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