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Arrillaga Family Recreation Center
700 Alma St, Menlo Park, CA 94025
Arrillaga Family Recreation Center offers room rentals to residents and nonresidents of Menlo Park. Rooms such as theMore Maple and the Sequoia are ideal for large gatherings and functions, while the Oak is equipped with a conference table and the Elm room has a fireplace. All room rentals come with use of tables, chairs, kitchen facilities and a facility attendant; select rooms have access to small and large patios. The Recreation Center is located in a park with a playground, pool, skate park, baseball diamonds, duck ponds and BBQ areas. 
Menlo Park City Police Department
701 Laurel St, Menlo Park, CA 94025

The Police Department central command station is in the tranquil downtown civic center, across the pond from theMore recreation center.  This office is responsible for allocating the city's law enforcement resources to maintain order in Menlo Park.  

The department publishes annual crime statistics online, which outline the number of offenses, ranging from stolen vehicles to homicides, that occur each month in a calendar year.

The Chief of Police is Bryan Roberts. To submit an anonymous tip to the police, call 650-330-6395.

Arrillaga Family Recreation Center
701 Laurel St, Menlo Park, CA 94025

Nestled in the heart of the civic center, this community services building functions as a place where individuals canMore immerse themselves in the activities that electrify Menlo Park. 

Cherise Brandell, Community Services Director, compiles an activity guide each season that contains all the action-packed, skill-building courses provided by the city for youths, seniors and all ages between. During the summer months, classes include, Hungarian Dance, Fairy Tale Theater and Kik Sool Won. Registration and payment for classes take place at this location.

The rooms in this building, which range from small to large in size, are available to rent for weddings and parties. Inquire at the front desk for details.

The center stands in between a large lawn, used to play a variety of sports activities, and a duck pond. Although signs request that people not feed the ducks, the eager behavior of the feathered friends who flock here suggests the rules have been summarily ignored.

Tennis court keys for city-owned courts are available for purchase here, too.