Welcome to the Berkeley Marina at the City of Berkeley, CA. We are part of the Parks Recreation & Waterfront.
The Marina's 52 acres of water and 1100 berths can accommodate vessels 16 feet to 110 feet in length. Surge and rough water are eliminated by an entrance breakwater. Berths include dock boxes, water hook ups, electrical outlets, night lighting, locked gates, restrooms with showers, and parking . On the north end of the harbor there is a full service boat yard with an on the water fuel dock, a four lane boat launch ramp and an area for trailered boat storage . On the south side of the Marina there are 3 restaurants, a small boat hoist and a 3000 foot public fishing pier -- no fishing license required. Also on the south side of the Marina are Adventure Playground and Shorebird Nature Center.
Free Compost Pick Up for Berkeley Residents - Free Compost for Berkeley Residents Only. 6:30am on the last Saturday each month from February to October (except July) See Flyer - Here [more...]
Biological Resource Assessment - Cesar Chavez Park -
Update on the Biological Resource Assessment - Off Leash Dog Area - Cesar Chavez Park: In the Fall of 2014, the City of Berkeley requested an update on the Biological Resource Assessment of the off leash dog area (OLA) at Cesar Chavez Park. The public is invited to submit written comments on the report to Roger Miller, Parks and Waterfront Commission Secretary, at email@example.com by January 21, 2015. [more...]
Cesar Chavez Park - Off Leash Dog Area Volunteer Opportunities - Come and volunteer at the Off Leash Dog Area at Cesar Chavez Park on Saturday, April 25th, 2015, from 3pm – 5pm. Volunteers are need to help pull up foxtail grasses that grow at the Off Leash Dog Area. In the late spring, the seed heads of the foxtail grasses get dry and hard and can get stuck in dog hair. Bring work gloves, hats, sunscreen, water, and the City will provide rakes and trash bags. [more...]