The agenda for tonight's Menlo Park City Council meeting may sound a little familiar -- drought control and a neighborhood stop sign are scheduled for discussion.
The council is expected to vote on whether to implement mandatory emergency water conservation measures. The new regulations would include a ban on installing or expanding irrigation systems, using potable water for dust control and filling new swimming pools. The goal is to reduce water consumption by those served by the city's water district by at least 30 percent.
They will also consider the installation of stop signs on the north and south ends of Wallea Drive at San Mateo Drive. While the city's transportation staff and the majority of the Transportation Commission support the installation, some residents are asking for yield signs instead.
Other items on the Aug. 26 agenda: an update on the Belle Haven neighborhood action plan, and a vote on whether to expand enrollment in the Belle Haven Child Development Center from 84 to 96 children.
Review the complete agenda here. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. in council chambers at the Civic Center at 701 Laurel St.