Pomona contains a remarkable diversity of historic resources ranging from adobe to Victorian-era nineteenth century residences to postwar modernism of the twentieth century.
The city adopted its historic preservation ordinance in 1988 and has designated both local landmarks and historic districts.
As a preservation incentive, the city offers the popular Mills Acts property tax abatement program.
Pomona’s Historic Preservation Commission reviews proposed demolitions to all structures throughout the city that are forty-five years of age or older.
A citywide survey of historic resources was completed in 1993, and survey updates since that time include a postwar housing tract. Pomona has been a Certified Local Government since 2003.
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Guide to CEQA (Conservancy website)
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