Saturday and Sunday, August 17 & 18, 2019

cesar chavez park, berkeley

 
 

Alcatraz Island

 
 
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Background

Cesar Chavez Park is a 90-acre bayfront park operated by the city of Berkeley.

The park was used as a landfill from 1957 until 1969 when it was allocated for recreational purposes. In 1991, the city sealed the landfill and designated the area North Waterfront Park.

The park was renamed to honor famed union leader and founder of the United Farm Workers of America, Cesar E. Chavez, in 1996.

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Map

 
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