Mills Act Preservation Incentive | Los Angeles Conservancy

Mills Act Preservation Incentive

Mills Act Preservation Incentive

The Mills Act Historic Property Contracts Program is the single most important economic incentive program in California. It offers private property owners potentially significant tax relief for the proper maintenance of historic properties. Communities in L.A. County that offer the Mills Act program are listed below.
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Photos by (clockwise from left): Lawndale Community Center Alberto Lopez on Flickr; Leuzinger High School by Flora Chou/L.A. Conservancy; Alondra Park courtesy www.urbanoutbacker.com
Belmont Heights by Ken Lund on Flickr
Photos (clockwise from upper left): Broadway in downtown L.A. by Annie Laskey/L.A. Conservancy; Hollywood Sign by Joey Lax-Salinas on Flickr; Kansas Sebastian on Flickr; Wilshire Boulevard by Flora Chou/L.A. Conservancy
Photos (clockwise from upper left): Rancho Los Amigos by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy; Maravilla Handball Court by Manuel Huerta/L.A. Conservancy; View Park by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy
Photos (l-r): Upton Sinclair House courtesy Monrovia Public Library; Boxx Jewelers Clock by Amanda Wray on Flickr
South Raymond Avenue, Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy
Photos by (clockwise from upper left): Pomona homes by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy; Fox Theatre by Annie Laskey/L.A. Conservancy; City Hall by Cliff Hutson on Flickr
Photos (clockwise from upper left): Eagles Lodge courtesy GPA Consulting; Sign by Ryan Mason on Flickr; Veterens Park Community Centeby Tamara Evans on Flickr; Pier by calamity_hane on Flickr
Photos by (clockwise from upper left): Walker House by Pete Bleyer; Holy Name of Mary Church by Bernie Dodge on Flickr; Route 66 by Chuck Coker on Flickr; San Dimas Station by Ron Reiring Flickr
Photos by (clockwise from upper left): San Gabriel Mission by Larry Myhre on Flickr; City Hall by IK's World Trip on Flickr; San Gabriel Mission Playhouse by Trader Chris on Flickr

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