Field surveyors are walking around the Coronado community looking at properties from the public rights of way. The work is part of the City’s effort to create an established list of “potentially historic” properties to help better administer the City’s Historic Preservation program.

The field survey was intended to have begun last spring but the pandemic delayed the start of work. Field surveyors, in work vests that say Dudek, are out now reviewing properties, taking pictures and taking notes on modifications to complete the survey. The survey will provide clarity to the public and more certainty regarding whether a property may qualify as a Historic Resource.

In 2019, the City contracted with Dudek to complete the work.

For more information, visit the City’s Historic Preservation Program website at https://www.coronado.ca.us/cms/one.aspx?pageId=1619269 or contact Historic Preservation Planner Tricia Olsen at tolsen@coronado.ca.us.

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