McKay Architecture 801 Camelia St, Berkeley, CA94710 McKay Architecture is an architectural firm in Berkeley. Some of the projects the company works on are residential…More remodeling and additions, landscape structures, new traditional residences and more.
City of Berkeley Customer Service 1947 Center St, Berkeley, CA94704 Have a question about the City of Berkeley? Want to obtain a business license? Need to pay a parking ticket or bill?…More Residents can visit the Customer Service Center or dial 510-981-CITY. Many residential Berkeley phone lines allow residents to simply dial 3-1-1 to reach the customer service call center. Inquiries can also be e-mailed to email@example.com.
City of Berkeley Energy Office 1013 Pardee St, Berkeley, CA94710 The City of Berkeley Energy Office’s weatherization program provides free services to low-income residents and…More seniors to make their homes more energy-efficient. Services include installing weather stripping, water saving devices, water heater blankets and energy-efficient bulbs, as well as replacing major appliances such as refrigerators, stoves and furnaces that are no longer safe. The Energy Office also conducts air-flow tests and provides carbon monoxide monitors. Residents must submit proof of income to qualify.
Via Center 2126 6th St, Berkeley, CA94710 The Via Center provides moderately to severely developmentally disabled adults educational and therapeutic programs…More designed to maximize their chances of success in the outside world. It focuses mostly on vocational and life skills, including social skills. The Center also operates an adult residence in El Cerrito where residents practice self-management and attend programs. See their website to learn how you can help or to find out how they can help you or someone you love.
Berkeley Mail Center 2140 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA94704 Berkeley Mail Center provides mailbox rentals to visitors and local residents. The business is owned by Larry Russell…More and managed by Tony Spurlock. The office is located in the Wells Fargo building in downtown Berkeley. A BART Station is located outside the building's entrance.
Build House - Berkeley Youth Living with Disabilities 2110 7th St, Berkeley, CA94710 This nonprofit provides a place to live for six people with moderate to severe developmental disabilities as an…More alternative to institutionalized care. The staff to resident ratio is 1-to-2, so clients get highly individualized care. It is trying to open a second house, but needs the generosity of the community to support its efforts. See its website to donate.
International House 2299 Piedmont Ave, Berkeley, CA94720 The International House provides furnished rooms, a computer lab, a game room and other amenities to almost 600 students…More from the U.S. and from around the world in the hopes of promoting mutual understanding and respect for other cultures. The house also hosts cultural events and internationally themed meals open to the public, as well as to residents. Facilities are available for special event rentals.