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Historical Resources Board

COVID-19 Update: Until further notice, Historical Resources Board meetings will be conducted pursuant to the provisions   PDF icon California Executive Order 29-20, which suspends certain requirements of the Ralph M. Brown Act. During the current State of Emergency and in the interest of public health and safety, Historical Resources Board and staff will be participating in meetings by teleconference. In accordance with the Executive Order, there will be no members of the public participating in person at the Historical Resources Board Meetings. We are providing alternatives to in-person for viewing and participating in the meetings.
 
In lieu of in-person attendance, members of the public may participate and provide comment via telephone, using the Historical Resources Board webform, email submission or via U.S. Mail of written materials, as follows:
 
Public Comment Testimony During Historical Resources Board Meetings:
To offer public comment testimony during a Historical Resources Board meeting, you need to first join the Zoom Webinar meeting online from your desktop computer, laptop, tablet, or Smartphone, or by calling into the meeting from your cellular phone or land line.
 
Meeting Webinar Link
https://sandiego.zoomgov.com/j/1611023188

 

To join by using:

  • iPhone one-tap

US: Dial 1-669-254-5252; or 1-669-216-1590; or 1-646-828-7666. When prompted, input

Webinar ID: 161 102 3188.

  • Telephone

Dial 1-669-254-5252 or (Toll Free) 1-833-568-8864. When prompted, input Webinar ID: 161 102 3188.

 

 

How to Speak to a Particular Item or During Non-Agenda Public Comment
When the Chairman introduces the item you would like to comment on (or indicates it is time for Non-Agenda Public Comment), raise your hand by either tapping the "Raise your Hand" button on your computer, tablet, or Smartphone, or by dialing *9 on your phone. You will be taken in the order in which you raise your hand. You may only speak once on a particular item.
When the Chairman indicates it is your turn to speak, click the unmute prompt that will appear on your computer, tablet or Smartphone, or dial *6 on your phone.
 
Providing Written Comment Through Webform
1. Comment on Agenda Items

If you wish to submit comments on agenda items no later than 8 a.m. day of meeting, use the webform indicating the agenda item number for which you wish to submit your comment. Comments received by the start of the meeting will be distributed to the Hearing Officer. All webform comments are limited to 200 words. Comments received after the start of the meeting but before the item is called will be submitted into the written record for the relevant item.

2. Non-Agenda Public Comments

If you wish to submit non-agenda public comments, you may submit them using the webform, and checking the appropriate box. Comments received by the start of the meeting will be distributed to the Hearing Officer. All webform comments are limited to 200 words. Comments received after the start of the meeting but before Non-agenda comment is called will be submitted into the written record for the meeting.

3. Written Materials

If you wish to submit written materials for submission into the record or have an attachment to your comment, you may email it to historicalresourcesbrd@sandiego.gov or submit via U.S. Mail to 1222 First Avenue, MS501 San Diego, CA 92101. Materials submitted via e-mail will be distributed to the Historical Resources Board in accordance with the deadlines described above. Materials submitted via U.S. Mail will need to be received the business day prior in order for it to be distributed to the Historical Resources Board.

 

The Historical Resources Board is the appointed body with authority over historical resources in the City of San Diego. Duties and responsibilities of the Board, as listed in PDF icon Section 111.0206 of the San Diego Municipal Code, include designating individual historical sites, establishing historical districts and reviewing development projects that may affect historical resources. The Board prepares an annual report of its activities and participates in many other voluntary historic preservation programs and events in the various communities of San Diego.

Historical Resource Board members are volunteers appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council. Board members are subject to the California Political Reform Act and the City's Ethics Ordinance and are required to file Statements of Economic Interest. They must disclose any conflicts of interest and recuse himself or herself from the meeting if necessary.

Historical Resource Board members are also subject to due process requirements and must conduct meetings in an impartial manner. Therefore, it is inappropriate to contact a Board member to discuss any item that will come before them in a meeting as an action item. If such contact occurs, the Board member may be subject to recusal from that item.

Meeting Information

When

Meetings typically occur on the fourth Thursday of each month at 1 p.m., unless changed due to holidays or for other reasons.

Watch

The public may view the meetings at their scheduled time on YouTube or within 24 to 48 hours of the meeting depending upon technical streaming issues.


Public Comment

 COVID-19 Update: Until further notice, Historical Resources Board meetings will be conducted under the provisions of PDF icon California Executive Order 29-20, which suspends specific requirements of the Ralph M. Brown Act. During the current State of Emergency and in the interest of public health and safety, most—and possibly all—of the Historical Resources Board members will be participating by teleconference. Per the Executive Order, there will be no members of the public in attendance at these meetings. In lieu of in-person attendance, members of the public may submit their comments in the following manner:

 

Comments on Agenda and Non-Agenda Public Items

If you would like to comment on an agenda or non-agenda item, you can submit them using this webform.  The Historical Resources Board may not be able to review and consider late-arriving information thoroughly.  All comments are limited to 200 words. 

 

Persons may address the Board during the public comment section of the agenda on topics not listed on the agenda, or may address the Board during public testimony on each agenda action item. Speakers under public comment are generally limited to two minutes, whereas speakers on action items will usually have three minutes. For action items, one organized presentation on each side will usually have eight minutes. These times may be altered by the Chair of the Board.


Submitting Information

All information for Historical Resource Board consideration must be submitted to the Recording Secretary 10 calendar days prior to the meeting.

  1. Mail or Delivery: Must include 14 copies of the material.
    City of San Diego Historical Resources Board
    1222 First Ave, 5th floor
    San Diego, CA 92101
  2. Email: historicalresourcesbrd@sandiego.gov. Material limited to five (5) pages in length.
  3. At the Public Meeting: Must include 14 copies of the material.
    If your project information is received at the meeting, the Historical Resources Board may not be able to review and consider your information thoroughly.

Subcommittees

The Historical Resources Board has standing subcommittees and may appoint ad hoc subcommittees or members to ad hoc subcommittees as needed. The active standing subcommittees are: