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Index of Local Parks  - An interactive map highlighting some of Berkeley's (Major) parks. [more...]

Map of City Parks - Map of park locations throughout the city. [more...]

Park Maintenance - [more...]

Sports Field Conditions - Due to the heavy rains, Gilman, Gabes, and all City fields are closed through March 1, 2017. For additional information and weekly updates on field conditions, call 510 981-5161. [more...]

Make a Donation!   - Make a donation to help your favorite City park or to honor someone special!  There are five parks funds to choose from.  The funds go towards the direct cost of buying and installing everything we need to keep our parks in great shape.  This includes playground equipment, trees and landscaping, picnic tables, games and sports equipment for youth, educational supplies at the Nature Center, transportation for youth programs, and waste receptacles to help keep parks clean.  Memorial benches are another way to honor someone special.  All donations of $50 or more are tax-deductible.  For more information, contact Wanda Williams at the Parks Administration Office at (510) 981-6700, or by email at, or at the City’s parks website: [more...]

                                                                Welcome to Parks - The City of Berkeley has 52 parks, which provide traditional activities such as athletic fields, swimming pools, tennis and basketball courts, as well as numerous tot and school age play areas, community gardens, rock climbing and a variety of water sports at the Berkeley Marina.   For detailed information regarding our on-going/ future projects and recreational opportunities,  please check the following links:  [more...]

Park Policies -   [more...]

Trees / Parks - The Parks Division maintains and manages Berkeley’s  parks, street medians and triangles, and the municipal urban forest .  This includes recreation buildings, pools, sports fields, ball courts, tot and school age children’s play area, and street and park trees. Berkeley's Municipal Urban Forestry Unit maintains existing City trees, primarily through safety pruning and the removal of trees that have died, are considered hazardous, or have other non-correctable problems.  Additionally, the Forestry Unit plants new and replacement tree and administers the Coast Live Oak Tree Removal Moratorium Ordinance. [more...]

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