Historic Resources Survey
The City of Chula Vista has retained a Historic Consultant to conduct a two-phase Historical Resources Survey consisting of the following general duties:
This phase comprises a reconnaissance-level, windshield survey that focuses on both the southwest and northwest of Chula Vista in order to identify those resources that are not potentially eligible and therefore would require no further review under Title 21. The Phase 1 Report will be considered by the Historic Preservation Commission at a special meeting Wednesday May 9, 2012 at 4pm.
This phase consists of a detailed, intensive-level survey and documentation and evaluation of up to approximately 350 individual resources based on the outcome of the Phase 1. This phase will also include a record update of previously surveyed buildings through the assignment of the California State Office of Historic Preservation (SHPO) accepted eligibility codes.
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On February 28th, 2012, the Chula Vista City Council authorized staff to proceed with a Historical Resources Survey (Survey) that would identify both historical and non-historical resources west of I-805 and to update the City’s existing surveys that were conducted in 1985 and 2005. The Survey report, which was completed by a consultant that meets the City’s requisite as a Qualified Expert Professional in historic preservation, is presented here:
Historical Resources Survey Report
Appendix A Previously Surveyed 1985
Appendix B Previously Surveyed 2005
Appendix C Surveyed Resources
Appendix D Recommended for Phase 2 Survey_with criteria
Appendix E Phase 2 Surveyed_with criteria sorted by address
Appendix F Eligible Resources
Appendix G DPR Forms Merged & Ordered_ESC_JLK
Appendix H OHP Status Codes
Final comment will be taken at the Historic Preservation Commission meeting in Council Chambers, Weds. October 3, 2012 at 4p.m.
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