Berkeley Public Library collects a variety of materials sure to be of interest to genealogists, researchers, students, scholars, and the historically curious. These include books, documents, newspaper clippings, oral histories, maps, posters, school yearbooks, and much more.
The City of Berkeley offers an extensive list of services and information on topics of interest to Berkeley residents. We offer direct links to the most popular pages on the City's website.
The Berkeley Information Network, or BIN, is an online database with information on over 2,000 community organizations, including local government agencies, nonprofits, clubs, meeting facilities, and other community resources.
Non-partisan information for making decisions in the upcoming elections, as well as results from the most current election.
Here you will find links to utility providers, schools, colleges, small business resources, visual and performing arts venues.
Berkeley has had its share of famous people during its 100 plus years, including 20 Nobel Prize winners. We offer here a brief look at Berkeleyans in the arts, literature, science, business, government, and other fields.
Berkeley Public Library subscribes to several online databases and numerous print resources designed to help entrepreneurs and developers of small businesses. We also provide information on local business organizations.