Bell Gardens established a historic preservation program in 2007 when the City adopted a historic preservation ordinance. Since that time, the City has landmarked three significant structures: the Gage Mansion, the Woodworth House, and the Perry House. The City’s General Plan also contains a list of identified sites of significance. The City does not have a dedicated historic preservation commission at this time.
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If you'd like to get involved in preservation in Bell Gardens, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or (213) 623-2489.
The first resource listed below is specific to Bell Gardens. For general resources related to local preservation and our Preservation Report Card, please visit our Report Card microsite.
Historic Preservation Ordinance
Guide to CEQA (Conservancy website)
If any of these links are broken or incorrect, or if you would like to suggest other resources for preservation in Bell Gardens, please let us know by emailing email@example.com.