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[two_third last=”no”]The City of Menlo Park operates under the council-manager form of government. The City Council appoints the City Manager and City Attorney as well as members of a variety of commissions and committees. City departments that report to the City Manager include Administrative Services, the Office of Economic Development, Community Development, Community Services, Library, Police, and Public Works.

Visit the Menlo Park City website at menlopark.org for information about City services, programs, projects, events, meetings, policies and volunteer opportunities.

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[toggle title=”City Hall Offices” open=”no”][separator top=”-10″]701 Laurel Street
[separator top=”5″]Mon–Thurs 7:30am-5:30pm
Fri 8 am-5 pm
Closed weekends and
every other Friday[/toggle]

[toggle title=”Police Department” open=”no”][separator top=”-10″]701 Laurel Street
[separator top=”5″]Mon–Thurs 7:30am-5:30pm
Fri 8am-5pm
Closed weekends and
every other Friday[/toggle]

[toggle title=”Menlo Park Fire Protection District” open=”no”][separator top=”-10″]170 Middlefield Road
[separator top=”5″]Mon–Thurs 8am-5pm
Closed weekends and Fridays[/toggle]

[toggle title=”Main Library” open=”no”][separator top=”-10″]800 Alma Street
[separator top=”5″]Open every day of the week
Hours vary; please call: 650.330.2500[/toggle]

[toggle title=”Arrillaga Family Recreation Center” open=”no”][separator top=”-10″]700 Alma Street
[separator top=”5″]Mon–Thurs 8am-9pm
Fri 8am-6pm
Closed weekends[/toggle]

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Menlo Park City Council

The City Council is the City’s five-member governing body. Its members are elected at-large to four-year overlapping terms in general municipal elections. The Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem (vice mayor) are selected to one-year terms by the Council at its first meeting in December of each year. The Mayor, serves as the presiding officer of the City Council and signs enacting ordinances and contracts. Menlo Park’s City Council members serve part-time, retaining their positions in private industry, personal enterprise, business or the professions.
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City Commissions & Committees

Menlo Park welcomes and encourages residents’ active participation through serving on a Commission or Committee.  Commissions examine issues of community interest and make recommendations to the City Council on policy matters.  The City of Menlo Park currently has eight active advisory bodies: the Bicycle Commission, the Environmental Quality Commission, the Finance and Audit Committee, the Housing Commission, the Library Commission, the Parks and Recreation Commission, the Planning Commission and the Transportation Commission.
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