The final environmental impact report on Menlo Park's general plan update was released Oct. 10.
The Menlo Park Planning Commission is scheduled to review the document Wednesday, Oct. 19, and Monday, Oct. 24, if necessary, and will make recommendations to the City Council.
The council is tentatively scheduled to review the general plan update in its entirety on Tuesday, Nov. 15.
The city's general plan is its constitution that governs future development. The proposed zoning changes in Menlo Park's M-2 area east of U.S. 101 could allow construction of 2.3 million additional square feet of nonresidential buildings, 400 hotel rooms and 4,500 residential units. If built out, the combined new development could add 11,570 new residents and 5,500 employees to Menlo Park.