Typically, the council maintains an ongoing list of 60 or 70 goals across city departments, but narrows its top do-or-die priorities each year to around five.
It's also the time of year when the council is generally most open to community members' requests to consider taking up a new project, so such meetings are generally well-attended and involve the city's community groups advocating for their various causes and initiatives.
The meeting is set to run from 1 to 5 p.m. in the City Council Chambers at 701 Laurel St. in the Menlo Park Civic Center.
Go to is.gd/mpgoals_agenda to access the agenda or is.gd/mpgoals for more information about the past goals set by the Menlo Park City Council.
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