From long walks through Tilden Park to sailing rides at the Marina and prime spots to picnic, here are some of the best date ideas in Berkeley.
Berkeley is cutting down most of the eucalyptus trees in Indian Rock Park
Arborists found this fall that two were rotting from the inside and one was infected by a parasitical sulfur fungus. Another tree was leaning over power lines and the road.
Measure L: From streets to housing, $650M bond takes aim at Berkeley’s biggest challenges
Backers say the city’s largest-ever bond measure will deliver the smoother streets voters have long wanted. Opponents say it’s a blank check.
City’s fee hike takes the air out of beloved Berkeley Kite Festival
The kite shop owner who ran the festival for over 30 years says the city’s over-$40,000 event-fee increase will mean an end to the Berkeley Marina tradition.
Berkeley lawn bowlers have been rolling bowls in Poet’s Corner since 1928
Yes, bowls, not balls! The club is enjoying a pandemic-fueled renaissance. Meanwhile, its unused green could become a public park.
Both of Berkeley’s public pools have now been reopened
Rusted rebar and supply delays pushed back the reopening of King Pool and West Campus Pool. They had been closed since April.
Photos: See inside the rebuilt Berkeley Tuolumne Camp
The new camp, which welcomes families back this summer, was built to be more accessible and better protected from wildfire.
Under threat from climate change, Berkeley’s family camps adapt to survive
As Berkeley Tuolumne Camp reopens, the city’s cherished rustic retreats are facing growing threats from wildfires and landslides.
King, West Campus pools closing for maintenance work
Both of Berkeley’s city-operated swimming pools will be closed for four to six weeks, starting in mid-April.
Brickyard Cove, Berkeley’s new park with a view of the Bay, opens to the public￼
A park with sweeping views, wildflowers and wildlife has opened near the Berkeley Marina along University Avenue.
Rebuilt Berkeley Tuolumne Camp to welcome families back this summer
The rebuilt camp outside Yosemite National Park will reopen in June, nine years after it was destroyed in a wildfire.
Codornices Creek daylighting activists celebrate $1M restoration project
A ribbon-cutting was held Saturday for the new Kains Avenue Park, but the park’s opening to the public is still a ways off.