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 Named after Berkeley Springs, WV, this neighborhood was mostly alfalfa and celery farms irrigated by Rocky Mountain and Berkeley Lakes. William Lang was commissioned to design the first 35 houses of the development of the nearly 1,500 acres of farmland. The flag features green stripes for this agricultural history, blue water, and white peaked gables seen on many of Lang's designs.

Berkeley

Named after Berkeley Springs, WV, this neighborhood was mostly alfalfa and celery farms irrigated by Rocky Mountain and Berkeley Lakes. William Lang was commissioned to design the first 35 houses of the development of the nearly 1,500 acres of farmland. The flag features green stripes for this agricultural history,  blue water, and  white peaked gables seen on many of Lang's designs.

 Named after Berkeley Springs, WV, this neighborhood was mostly alfalfa and celery farms irrigated by Rocky Mountain and Berkeley Lakes. William Lang was commissioned to design the first 35 houses of the development of the nearly 1,500 acres of farmland. The flag features green stripes for this agricultural history, blue water, and white peaked gables seen on many of Lang's designs.

Named after Berkeley Springs, WV, this neighborhood was mostly alfalfa and celery farms irrigated by Rocky Mountain and Berkeley Lakes. William Lang was commissioned to design the first 35 houses of the development of the nearly 1,500 acres of farmland. The flag features green stripes for this agricultural history, blue water, and white peaked gables seen on many of Lang's designs.