Historic Resources Survey
The City of San Gabriel is embarking upon the completion of a citywide Historic Resources Survey – the first of its kind in the City. A team of architectural historians from Architectural Resources Group (ARG) will be completing this project over the next year and will be working closely with City staff, the Historic Preservation and Cultural Resource Commission, the San Gabriel City Council, and members of the community. The overarching purpose of the survey is to identify, document, and evaluate places of cultural, historical, and architectural significance. Survey findings will be used to help inform future planning decisions and to enhance the City’s historic preservation program.
• April 2022: Project begins
• June 2022: Consultant team will conduct background research
• July-August 2022: Consultant team will conduct reconnaissance survey
• September 14, 2022: Public Meeting No. 1 Historic Preservation and Cultural Resource Commission (HPCRC). You can view the meeting on the City's YouTube channel https:/www.youtube.com/cityofsangabriel, Presentation (PDF).
• Fall 2022: Consultant team will conduct intensive survey research
• Winter 2022: Consultant team will prepare survey report
• December 14, 2022: Public Meeting No. 2 Historic Preservation and Cultural Resource Commission (HPCRC). You can view the meeting on the City's YouTube channel https:/www.youtube.com/cityofsangabriel
• January 24, 2023: Draft survey list and preliminary boundaries are available for public review
• March 8, 2023: Public Meeting No. 3: HPCRC
• April 2023: Public Meeting City Council - TBD
• Spring 2023: Project completion
How to Participate?
Is there a building, site, or neighborhood in San Gabriel that you would like the survey team to consider? We would love to hear from you! All information that is received will be considered by the survey team and reviewed using professional standards for evaluation.
There are many ways to participate:
1. Attend one of the four public meetings of the HPCRC
2. Attend one of the two public workshops
3. Contact the City directly: Samantha Tewasart, Planning Manager (email@example.com)
4. Submit a Public Comment Form
More information about historic resources surveys is available on the California Office of Historic Preservation (OHP) web site and the National Park Service (NPS) web site.
More information about historic preservation in San Gabriel is available on the City of San Gabriel’s web site.