The Berkeley Hills - Roughly bounded by Cedar Street, Spruce Street, Eunice Street, Sutter Street, and Arlington Avenue on the west, and Tilden Regional Park on the east.
La Loma Park/Nut Hill - Roughly bounded by Euclid Avenue on the west and the main University of California campus on the south.
Cragmont The Berkeley Hills section north of Codornices Creek, and east of about Euclid Avenue.
Southampton - Roughly bounded by Arlington Avenue on the west, Tilden Regional Park on the east, and Marin Avenue on the south.
Central Berkeley/The Berkeley Flats (as contrasted with the Berkeley Hills) - This area encompasses the gently sloping flat land bounded by Martin Luther King Jr Way, San Pablo Avenue, Cedar Street and Dwight Way. The Elevation decreases smoothly from 180 feet above sea level at the eastern boundary to 100 feet above sea level at the western boundary.
Poets Corner - The neighborhood bordered by University Ave, Sacramento Street, Dwight Way, and San Pablo Avenue. Most of the streets that lie exclusively within the boundaries of this neighborhood are named after poets: Bonar, Browning, Byron, Chaucer, Cowper, Edwards and Poe.
Claremont - centered on the intersection of Claremont Avenue, Ashby Avenue, and Claremont Boulevard. Parts of the Claremont district are in the City of Oakland, including most of:
Claremont Hills - Roughly bounded by Tunnel Road and the Claremont Hotel.
Ocean View - Located around the Fourth Street shopping district; roughly bounded by Gilman Street on the north, University Avenue on the south, San Pablo Avenue on the east, and the San Francisco Bay on the west.
Westbrae - Centered on the intersection of Santa Fe Avenue and Gilman Street.