Helping San Diego Protect its History
You've come to the right place for learning more about the Historical Resources Board, the benefits and guidelines of historical preservation and more about San Diego history, historical sites, cultural landscapes and archaeological sites.
Historic Preservation Highlights
The City of San Diego is now using the California Historical Resources Inventory Database (CHRID) for the management of information related to the City’s historical resources. The home page for the San Diego CHRID is http://sandiego.cfwebtools.com/. This database includes information about historical resources that have been designated or listed on the National Register and resources that have been identified as part of a community plan update historical survey. In addition, the Register of Historical Resources will be maintained and posted as a link on this page. We encourage the public’s use of this data. If you have questions or find errors, please contact staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MISSION HILLS DISTRICT EXPANSION AMENDMENT
The Mission Hills District is proposed for expansion, and will be considered by the Historical Resources Board in May and June. On April 5, 2014 staff held a workshop for property owners within the boundary of the expansion area. The following documents were presented:
- PowerPoint Presentation (PDF)
- List of Properties and Preliminary Status (PDF)
- Information Bulletin 581
- U.S. Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation
- Mills Act Information
I own a property that is 45+ years old...
Is my property historical?
How can I designate my property as historical?
My property has been designated a historical site ... Now what?
Surveys and District Information Available Online