Azusa established its historic preservation program in 2001 when the City adopted a historic preservation ordinance and prepared a partial windshield survey of potential historic resources. The City’s historic preservation ordinance allows for the designation of both individual landmarks and historic districts. However, owner consent is required for the designation of local landmarks.
Azusa has a dedicated historic preservation commission. However, the City has not been active in the use of its historic preservation ordinance, and currently has one designated landmark.
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If you'd like to get involved in preservation in Azusa, we suggest contacting the following representative to express your interest and ask about opportunities -- particularly in helping to create a preservation ordinance if the city doesn't have one:
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The Conservancy isn't aware of a local preservation group or historical society for this community. If you know of one, please let us know.
You can reach us during regular business hours at email@example.com or (213) 623-2489.
We don't know of any community-specific resources for local preservation in Azusa. If you do, please let us know.
For general information about using the California Environmental Quality Act to protect historic places in your community, you can download our Guide to CEQA in English or Spanish.
For other resources, including a model ordinance and glossary of basic preservation terms, please see the Resources tab on our Report Card microsite.