Boundaries

Boundaries of the Eastbayshore Eruv in Berkeley and Albany

The Google map below is updated as of March 2022. If you are planning on walking close to a boundary, you may wish to consult the details of this map to ensure you remain in the eruv, or consult with Rabbi Cohen.

In general, it’s safest to not carry on the street that is the boundary if you aren’t sure where the boundary is, because in some cases it’s only one side of the street. In other cases, the boundary is impassable (goes through private property) and in other cases both sides of the street are within the eruv.

Map of Berkeley Eruv, November 2019 (8 mb).