Welcome to the Parks Recreation & Waterfront site at the City of Berkeley, CA.
Our goal is to provide quality parks, recreation and waterfront facilities. The department is committed to administering excellent recreation programs at our community centers, camps, marina and parks; continuing to develop new programs that fulfill the City's 2020 Vision, maintaining our trees and municipal urban forest, landscaping and infrastructure; and developing Capital Projects with community input to improve and enhance resident's park and facility experience.
PRW DIRECTOR'S FY15 UPDATE - The purpose of this document is to provide residents with a current update on Capital, Design, Major Maintenance and Planning Projects, Leases and Special Events that the PRW Department is engaged in during Fiscal 2015 (July 1, 2014- June 30, 2015) [more...]
Upcoming Capital Improvement Community Meetings - The City invites you to a community meeting to voice your ideas on park improvements using Measure WW funds for the following neighborhood parks: [more...]
BECOME A PRW VOLUNTEER! - The City of Berkeley Parks Recreation & Waterfront Department has depended on volunteers for many years. Members of the Berkeley community have dedicated hours of service to their city by volunteering for special events, projects, and activities, which helps promote a sense of community, bringing people together to make this city a wonderful place to live, work, and play. To find out more click on these links: [more...]
Ohlone Park Renovation Plan - A Preliminary Renovation Plan for the Ohlone Dog Park was presented to the Parks and Waterfront Commission on September 10, 2014. Based on comments received from the Commission, the public, and maintenance staff, the plan was revised. The Revised Preliminary Renovation Plan was presented to the Commission on December 10, 2014. [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 firstname.lastname@example.org by January 21, 2015. [more...]