San Gabriel community members are invited to ask questions and share their opinions on the draft of the city's proposed new Historic Preservation and Cultural Resource Ordinance on Thursday, Jan. 19.
The city released a draft of the new proposed ordinance last month, and invited any interested community members to review it online and provide feedback by Jan. 30. At the January meeting, city officials and representatives for the city's consultants, Chattel Inc. and SWCA Inc., will be available to answer questions on the draft ordinance.
The new ordinance updates the city's original Historic Preservation Ordinance, which was approved more than 50 years ago. The proposed ordinance is much more in-depth and lays out a specific set of procedures and regulations to ensure the city's historic structures and resources are preserved.
The public meeting on the draft ordinance will begin at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 19 in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 425 S Mission Drive.
Those unable to attend the meeting, or have additional feedback afterwards, should submit comments on the draft electronically to Senior Planner Larissa De La Cruz at firstname.lastname@example.org by Jan. 30.
For questions or more information visit sangabrielcity.com/historicpreservation or contact Senior Planner Larissa De La Cruz at email@example.com or 626.308.2800, ext. 4625 or Planning Manager Tracy Steinkruger at 626.308.2800, ext. 4623 or firstname.lastname@example.org.