825 Santa Cruz Menlo Park, California - Menlo Park
My husband was walking past the travel agency after picking up bagels to go- and he tripped and fell pretty badly. His hand, both knees and elbow were scraped and bloody. I did call 911. My husband is 2 months post heart transplant. We are hoping he did not damage his chest which he is under precaution not to put too much pressure on while he heals especially the first 12 weeks. He did have to catch himself with his arms in front of him. he will have to have an exray to determine if there was any damage. Furthermore, if any of his wounds get infected -he is immune deficient due to his anti-rejection meds. I would say this is a pretty urgent issue that needs to be taken care of. The rise in the sidewalk is pretty significant. One of the travel agency employees came out and said he was the second person that day that tripped on it. I hope you can take case of it soon so no one else is injured. There are quite a lot of elderly folks around with walkers etc.
668-672 Partridge Avenue Menlo Park, CA 94025, United States of America - Menlo Park
When the city removed the tree or the trunk from the public section in front of my house, they broke a pipe for the sprinkler system. I would like someone to contact me to discuss this. Please email me at Juliasferguson@gmail.com. Thank you.
1725 Stanford Ave Menlo Park, CA, 94025, USA - Menlo Park
Since Shelter in Place started, I am aware that enforcement of overnight street parking was relaxed. We have neighbors who have been parking on the street ever since - 1646 Stanford Ave, 3 cars. They have room in the driveway but I believe like to have the driveway free during the day for their kids to play - and it's easier just not to move the cars back in at night. One reason we live in Menlo Park is due to this ordinance - we appreciate it every day! De Leon Realtors reference it in their materials enticing buyers to Menlo Park. There was a question about enforcement in Nextdoor just today. Please start enforcing again - leaving a few warnings a night can not be that time consuming, difficult, or unhealthy. I would not want to see this permanently eroded.
419-453 Ravenswood Ave Menlo Park, CA, 94025, USA - Menlo Park
Invasive plant species growing in and around ground cover by MCC and Jr. League. See attached photo. Park Maintenance should really try to eradicate this species entirely. Their stems have invisible, microspikes that are rather painful, and for the youngters from MCC who hang around that area, this is just a disaster waiting to happen. Please ask your crew to wear gloves when cleaning out these plants!