City of Los Angeles Historic Resources Identification Form
The Office of Historic Resources needs your help to identify resources that are important in your neighborhood. We are particularly interested in lesser-known places that might have shaped your community.

These places may be important for a broad range of reasons such as their association to architecture, city planning, landscape design, ethnic heritage, social history, residential development, commerce and/or industry.

Examples of historic resources include things you might not consider significant such as stores, parks, social halls, canals and bridges. Additionally, a historic district can be anything from a residential neighborhood to a commercial center or industrial complex.


Please note that properties identified through the Historic Resource Identification Form will not be officially designated as "historic," nor will they be automatically considered for historic designation.
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