Pico Rivera | Los Angeles Conservancy
Photos (l-r): Pico Rivera City Hall by Trackinfo on Wikimedia Commons; Dal Rae Restaurant by Andy Chase on Flickr

Pico Rivera

Pico Rivera does not currently have a historic preservation ordinance.

There is no historic resource survey for the entire city. However, the General Plan Environmental Baseline Report contains a list of 47 potentially historic resources in the city. This list dates from February 22, 1993.

The scoring details for this community appear below. To see scores for all communities, compare specific communities and categories, and learn more about the Report Card, visit our Report Card microsite.

Category (points available)
Total Score (out of a possible 245, plus Extra Credit): 
Historic Preservation Ordinance (150) / Honorary Ordinance (10): 
Dedicated Historic Preservation Commission (5): 
Dedicated Preservation Staff (15): 
Ability to Designate Historic Districts (15): 
Active Landmark Designation (at least annually) (5): 
Survey of Historic Resources: Citywide (15) / Partial (10): 
List of 47 significant sites identified in General Plan, 1993
Survey Updated Within Past 5 Years (5): 
Mills Act Incentive Program (10): 
Additional Incentives (5): 
Certified Local Government (5): 
Historic Preservation Element or Plan (5): 
Extra Credit (1-25): 

If you'd like to get involved in preservation in Pico Rivera, we suggest the following resources:

City Representative

Julia Gonzalez
Deputy Director
Community & Economic Development Department
(562) 801-4447

Express your interest and ask about opportunities, particularly in helping to create a preservation ordinance if the city doesn't have one.

Local Group

Pico Rivera History & Heritage Society
c/o Pico Rivera Historical Museum

If any of this information is out of date, or to suggest additional ways to get involved, please contact us at info@laconservancy.org or (213) 623-2489.

We don't know of any community-specific resources for local preservation in Pico Rivera. 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.