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Berkeley is a city with a small population and a big reputation. In California alone, there are more than 30 cities bigger than Berkeley. In Alameda County, Berkeley is ranked fourth in population behind Oakland, Fremont, and Hayward. And yet, we are famous around the globe as a center for academic achievement, scientific exploration, free speech and the arts.

Berkeley is a constantly changing mix of long-time residents and new neighbors, and whether you just arrived from Albany or Azerbaijan, you are welcome here.

Please visit About Berkeley to learn more about the City.

Senior and Disabled Home Rehab Loan Program - A special loan program run by the City of Berkeley helps low-income seniors or chronically disabled people make vital repairs to stay in their homes. [more...]

Shattuck Avenue Reconfiguration Open House - Come to a June 9 open house to learn more about a Shattuck Avenue reconfiguration that seeks to increase street safety for all, especially pedestrians. [more...]

Electronic Council Agendas Saving Money and Paper - Tuesday night's Berkeley City Council agenda was 902 pages, an unwieldy and heavy tome had it been printed. But it was delivered to the council digitally - a process that over the year saves approximately 127,000 pieces of paper and $11,000. [more...]

Organize Your Block for National Night Out - Start planning for National Night Out, an effort to build healthier and safer communities through a simple act: getting to know your neighbors. [more...]

As students move out, keep Berkeley clean - As students move out for the summer, tenants and landlords can help keep our streets clean by planning ahead, using City services and properly discarding what they don't need. [more...]

Town Halls for a Healthy Berkeley - The City of Berkeley invites the public to a Town Hall meeting to help guide the City's public health priorities, a collaborative process between the Public Health Division and the people we serve. [more...]

Employment Opportunities with the City of Berkeley - Come work for the City of Berkeley to be part of a committed team and serve an engaging community! [more...]

As wildfire season nears, remove vegetation from homes near wilderness - Berkeley hills residents living on the City's eastern edge should remove vegetation from around their homes to protect themselves from potential wildfires. [more...]

Reduce Home Energy Use While Getting Rebates, Financing - Berkeley homeowners can get free assistance connecting them to tools and resources that reduce home energy use and save money. [more...]

Help Shape the Future of the Adeline Corridor - Site tours, pop-up planning events, community focus groups, surveys and interactive workshops are part of an effort to use community engagement to craft a vision for the future of the Adeline Corridor. [more...]

City Water Use Declines During Drought - The City of Berkeley slashed water use last year by 26% after scaling back irrigation, fixing leaks and using more water efficient fixtures - steps also recommended for businesses and residents. [more...]

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PLEASE NOTE: City of Berkeley services are sometimes not available on holidays or Reduced Services Days throughout the year. Please visit the Holiday and Reduced Service Day Schedule to see the full schedule of office closures for the current calendar year.