TOA
Carriage House and Water Tower

Holbrook-Palmer Park Foundation (HPPF)


The (HPPF), a non-profit organization, was established in 1968 to receive donations for developing 22 acres of donated land into a viable and usable park. Holbrook-Palmer Park is and always has been funded entirely by donations.

The purpose of the HPPF is to fund and sponsor activities to enhance use of the park by Atherton residents, as well as to fund and sponsor other charitable and educational activities to promote awareness of the park.

The HPPF is concentrating on increasing its membership to include a wider and more diverse group of residents and friends. They encourage new ideas and more participation from many talented and fun individuals to realize, at the park, a truly friendly community center in the heart of Atherton.

Completed Projects:

Current Projects:

For more information about HPPF and how to become a member please contact Frank Merrill at fmmjrdvm@sbcglobal.net or 650-697-7234 or cell 650-269-1864.
PCE

Understanding your PG&E Bill


Peninsula Clean Energy (PCE) has a new video explaining the PG&E bills for customers!  New customers that were enrolled in April will be receiving their first bill showing PCE charges on the first page of their bill (not knowing that the credit is hiding on the third page of the bill). 

Check out PCE's  video and information sheets on how to understand your new PG&E bill:  https://www.peninsulacleanenergy.com/residents/


Go Out & Play!

So much to do in San Mateo County, and never enough time for it!

Are you looking for beaches, golf courses, lighthouses, museums, parks, whale watching, horseback riding, wine tasting, theaters, historic sites, marine reserves, farms and ranches, miniature golf, aviation?  Then check out SMC;s events page Click here


Thank You!


Thank you for being a part of Atherton Online.

Judi Herren, Deputy City Clerk
jherren@ci.atherton.ca.us
650-752-0585
Main Line: 650-752-0500


Enjoy this beautiful weekend!

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