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2016 Toy Drive
Every year at Christmas, the East Palo Alto Police Department distributes toys to needy families and their children. Your donation of new toys, monetary donations or gift cards would greatly assist in these efforts.
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City Manager's Update
Here is latest City Manager’s Update from City Manager Carlos Martinez for the month of December 2016. Stay tuned with all that is happening with the City of East Palo Alto.
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Press Release: Signalized One-Way Traffic Control on East Bayshore Road in East Palo Alto
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will implement signalized one-way traffic control on East Bayshore Road in East Palo Alto, between Pulgas Ave. and Laura Lane beginning April 4, 2016 and will remain in place until December, 2016.
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The City is proud of its diversity, including many immigrant families

In 2007, the City Council of East Palo Alto directed the City Manager to direct all city departments and staff, including the police department to refrain from acting as “agents” of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Office in any program or operation that targets individuals based solely on their immigration status. The East Palo Alto community has a history of speaking out in defense of civil and Human rights and for the protection of those most vulnerable in society. 

Residents should feel free to use and access any and all City services without fear of deportation. See Resolution 2673.