Have questions about your lease or issues with your landlord?
The Rent Stabilization Board is composed of nine elected commissioners. Rent Board staff provide information and counseling to landlords and tenants, calculate and certify individual rent ceilings, conduct administrative hearings and issue decisions on landlord and tenant rent adjustment petitions, collect registration fees, and maintain a database of registered rental units.
Contact Rent Board staff by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (510) 981-7368.
Need to report a pothole, report illegal dumping, report graffiti, or request other city services?
Dial 3-1-1 Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM inside City limits or call (510) 981-2489. Or, visit cityofberkeley.info/311.
In an Emergency: Dial 911, or (510) 981-5911 from a cell phone.
Police Non-Emergency: (510) 981-5900
Refuse and Recycling: (510) 981-7270
Parking Citations: (510) 981-7200
Neighborhood Services: (510) 981-2489
City of Berkeley requests for service should be directed to the Call Center. You can reach the Call Center by calling 311 from Berkeley or 510.981.2489 outside of Berkeley. Additionally, you can submit a request online at the online service center.
CRISIS SUPPORT SERVICES OF ALAMEDA COUNTY, CA - 24 HOUR CRISIS LINE: 1-800-309-2131
NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE: 1-800-273-8255
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