Berkeley Park was established in 1921 and was for a time considered a part of Underwood Hills. In 1996, Berkeley Park was again recognized as an official neighborhood in the City of Altanta.
The neighborhood boundaries of Berkeley Park, as defined by the City of Atlanta’s Bureau of Planning, are: I-75 to the north, Northside Drive on the east, Howell Mill Road to the west and by Bishop Street on the south.
The Berkeley Park Neighborhood Association meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at the Senior Citizen Services Center on Commerce Drive. For information on joining the Association, click here.
Berkeley Park also has an e-mail distribution list for neighborhood announcements. To join the distribution list, click here.
Established in 1921, Berkeley Park has a long and rich history. You can read about it in the digital “history book” we’ve compiled.
Our flag can be seen marking the entrances to our neighborhood and hanging from the quant and beautiful homes that fill it.
Berkeley Park has a committed core of neighbors who work to ensure this community is the best it can be and continues to grow.
One of the greatest things about Berkeley Park is its location on the westside of Atlanta– a thriving and vibrant area of the city.