Have you ever considered running for City Council? If so, now is the time! We encourage you to apply for the City Council vacancy in District 5.
Menlo Park is in a Stage 2 drought. Please take urgent steps to reduce water use.
The City of Menlo Park has adopted city codes (local laws) to keep your neighborhood safer, healthier, quieter and more attractive. The Police Department has primary responsibility for enforcing our city codes and ordinances. Any police officer can take a complaint of unsafe conditions or issue citations for violations. Most complaints are referred to our Code Enforcement Unit for follow-up. Code Enforcement officers also look for violations, coordinate clean-up or repair; and issue notices, warnings and citations.
ACT Menlo Park is mobile app and website that allows residents to report and view neighborhood concerns ranging from debris, graffiti, building code violations and unpermitted signs. Residents can includes photos of an issue or concern with their report through the application. A copy of the photo, the concern described by the reporting party, and the location, will then go directly to code enforcement for review.
To report an immediate health or safety hazard, please call 911.
Make a code enforcement report
Code Enforcement handles calls involving any of the following:
Deborah CalvilloCode Enforcement OfficerEmail