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Easter Egg Hunt

Please join the Friends of Holbrook-Palmer Park for the annual East egg event, where children 10 and under hunt for thousands of treat filled eggs and meet the Easter

Family Activities include.......

Magic Show
Balloon Animals
Easter Bunny Photos
Atherton Mayor Cary Wiest
Atherton Police Department
Menlo Park Fire Department
Coffee and Breakfast Treats

Event Details
Date: Saturday, March 31
Time: 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Location: Holbrook-Palmer Park
Hunt starts at 10:00 a.m. SHARP

Parking is limited and walking or carpooling is encouraged!

$10 per person at the Gate - Children under 12 months free
All proceeds benefit the Holbrook-Palmer Park Foundation

Friends of Holbrook-Palmer Park are looking for volunteers to help set up, manage and clean up after the event. Also, looking for food donations, candy, toy prizes, and sponsors. All donations are tax-deductible. 


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Save the Date - E-Waste, Shred, Compost Day in Atherton

SAVE THE DATE! Saturday, April 28, 2018 -
E-Scrap/Shred Event at Atherton Town Hall, 91 Ashfield Road, 10 am - 1 pm.

Limit 3 standard bankers boxes for Shred Event. For E-Scrap, recycle electronics, to include TVs, computers, printers, cables/cords, DVD players, laptops, cell phones, etc. No household appliances like fans, heaters, vacuum cleaners, etc. 

A compost giveaway will be offered as well.


Mosquito and Vector Services

The San Mateo County Mosquito and Vector Control District now offers service requests online. You can request District services anytime by using the online service request form. Most service requests can be accommodated withing 1-2 business days.Services include inspecting and removal of mosquitoes, yellowjackets, wasps, wildlife and rodents. Use the service request form on the District website to request services. 

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Voters Choice Act 

Big improvements are coming to elections in San Mateo County in 2018 thanks to the California Voter's Choice Act. To help prepare voters in these counties for these changes, Secretary of State Alex Padilla released a new public service announcement as part of a comprehensive public education campaign.

Click here to see the new Voter's Choice Act informational video produced by Secretary of State Alex Padilla's office

Click here to see the new Voter's Choice Act informational video produced by Secretary of State Alex Padilla's office.
“In counties implementing the Voter’s Choice Act, voters will now have more options for when, where, and how they cast a ballot,” Secretary of State Alex Padilla said. “We want voters to be informed about expanded early voting opportunities, secure ballot drop-boxes available throughout the county, and full service vote centers for those who prefer to vote in person or who need assistance. This new video will help voters take advantage of these exciting new improvements."
In 2018, all registered voters in these counties will automatically be sent a ballot 28 days prior to Election Day. Voters will be able to return their ballot by mail, deliver it to a drop-off location, or cast it in-person at any vote center in the county. 
In December, Secretary of State Alex Padilla unveiled a Voter's Choice Act website: The new website has useful information about the Voter’s Choice Act, a calendar of key dates, and a tool kit for stakeholders and voters interested in learning more. The Secretary of State will partner with county registrars and community organizations in participating counties to inform voters about the election improvements. 
The Voter’s Choice Act (SB 450), a landmark election reform measure, was sponsored by Secretary Padilla and signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown in 2016.
Follow the California Secretary of State on Twitter and Facebook.


Thank You!

Thank you for being a part of Atherton Online.

Have a great weekend.

Thank you,

Theresa N DellaSanta
Deputy City Manager/City Clerk

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