About Us

Welcome to the Berkeley Walk website. Our subdivision was initiated in 1994 and lies within the city limits of Berkeley Lake, Georgia. Located at 4580 Berkeley Walk Point, Berkeley Walk includes 82 homes, pool, tennis courts and clubhouse. We have mandatory covenants and a homeowner annual fee, which covers all the costs of maintaining our amenities and pristine landscaping.

Berkeley Walk has a Board of Directors elected on a staggering basis with a two-year service commitment. Meetings of the Board are held once a month in the clubhouse. Any board member may be contacted for the next scheduled meeting.

There are several social activities held during each year, beginning with our pool-opening celebration held in May. All residents of Berkeley Walk are invited, along with our neighbors in Berkeley Commons who participate in the right-to-use program of our amenities. Berkeley Commons is the subdivision that sits adjacent to Berkeley Walk.

At the time of our pool opening, we ask for 16-18 resident families to serve as “pool angels,” who commit to closing the pool each night for a week. Instructions on inclusive close-up responsibilities are given to those who volunteer and can also be found in the Pool Angel Responsibilities document. 

Residents are asked to consider volunteering to serve on the Covenants Committee. The goal of the Covenants Committee is to drive/walk through the neighborhood on a monthly basis and issue citation letters to residents not in compliance with covenant guidelines. If you receive one of these letters, your neighbors will be grateful if you respond as quickly as possible. If you do not agree with the citation, you may submit your explanation of appeal to the Board so that a resolution can be reached.

Berkeley Walk residents in the process of making any renovation or modification to their property should consult the Forms Page of this website to determine what forms, if any, or approvals are required prior to the start of any project. Appropriate forms must be submitted in ample time for review and approval. If you are in doubt, please contact the Board via e-mail.

The City of Berkeley Lake has permit capability and is available to residents involved with renovation of their property. Craig Lokey is Berkeley Lake 's building inspector (Email: inspector@berkeley-lake.com) and the “go-to” person who works out of the Berkeley Lake City Hall to issue permits for both the City and the County. This relieves Berkeley Lake residents of having to go to Lawrenceville to acquire most building permits. Contact City Hall at 770-368-9484 or go to http://www.berkeley-lake.com for more information on permits.

Berkeley Lake holds a twice-yearly Earth Day in April and October. Each year activities are organized through the City to have residents join in a Clean-up campaign on that day. The City has in the past made available a truck to accept household items, computers, printers, fax machines and copy machines and will handle disposal of these items. Often, items will be upgraded and donated to charitable organizations.

All Berkeley Walk residents are invited to attend Berkeley Lake City Council meetings, which are held on the third Thursday of every month at 7:30PM at City Hall. Citizen comments and input are welcome at the end of each meeting.

Feel free to contact any Board member with any questions you may have regarding Berkeley Walk.