Historic Resources Surveys

Historic Resources Surveys and Context Statements - ARG

Historic resources surveys serve as key informational and planning tools that enable municipalities, institutions, and the public to make informed land-use decisions regarding identified historic resources. Using state-of-the-art field technology and geospatial data, ARG evaluates and documents properties in a given survey area with respect to historic themes, patterns, and trends identified within the historic context of the area’s history. Working with city/county staff, local commissions, public and private institutions, historic preservation advocacy groups, and private citizens, ARG has successfully completed an extensive number of historic resources surveys across the Western US.

  • City of Burbank, Historic Sign Survey, Burbank, CA
  • Chinatown, Historic Resources Survey and Context Statement, Fresno, CA
  • Foothill College Campus, Historic Resources Survey and Context Statement, Los Altos, CA
  • Modern Architecture Database, Los Angeles County, CA
  • Monterey Old Town National Historic Landmark District, Monterey, CA
  • SurveyLA, Los Angeles Citywide Historic Resources Survey, Los Angeles, CA
  • Washington Statewide Unreinforced Masonry Building (URM) Building Inventory, Various, WA
  • Montavilla Main Street Survey and Context Statement, Portland, CA
  • Arcadia Citywide Historic Resources Survey, Arcadia, CA
  • San Marino Citywide Historic Resources Survey, San Marino, CA
  • Tustin Citywide Historic Resources Survey, Tustin, CA
  • Dana Point Citywide Historic Resources Survey, Dana Point, CA
  • California State University, Long Beach, Campus-Wide Historic Resources Survey, Long Beach, CA
  • San Jose Downtown West Historic Resources Survey, San Jose, CA

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