Long Beach has been reevaluating many of its historic preservation programs, which have been in place for a number of years.
In 2009, the city updated its historic preservation ordinance and adopted a historic context statement, the first phase of a multi-year plan to complete Long Beach’s first citywide historic resources survey.
Designated historic resources in the city number over 100 local landmarks and seventeen historic districts.
In 2010, Long Beach adopted a new historic preservation element as part of the city’s General Plan update. The city has been a Certified Local Government since 1992.
The city had offered the Mills Act property tax abatement program as a preservation incentive for many years but suspended it in 2006; discussions on reinstating the program are currently taking place.
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If you'd like to get involved in preservation in Long Beach, we suggest the following resources:
Acting Planning Officer
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Most of the following resources are specific to Long Beach. For general resources related to local preservation and our Preservation Report Card, please visit our Report Card microsite.
Guide to CEQA (Conservancy website)
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