|Image: Looking north (above) and south (below) red oaks line California between University Avenue and Dwight Way|
The City of Berkeley does not provide a list of street trees online but a tree guide - the Illustrated Guide to Berkeley Street Trees - is available at all of the city's libraries. From the Parks, Recreation & Waterfront website:
The species of tree to be planted on a specific street, along with the planting location is determined by the City. If a species has not been designated for a specific street, staff will be happy to work with the neighborhood in selecting an appropriate species. Every effort will be made to select a species compatible with the existing tree plantings on the street, the neighborhood identity, the mature size of the tree, space available for the tree to grow, the presence of underground and overhead utility lines, utility poles, streetlights, driveway approaches and fire hydrants.
Update, May 7, 2013: Today I found an approved street tree species list dated June 23, 2009 at www.ci.berkeley.ca.us/.../2009-06-23_Item_47_List_of_Street_Trees.pdf AND the Guide to the Street Tree Planting Program at www.cityofberkeley.info/...and.../8_StreetTreesandLandscaping.pdf.