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South Mission Historic Resource Survey

South Mission Historic Resource Survey

Overview

The South Mission Survey was conducted by Planning Department staff, with assistance from the historic architecture firm of Page & Turnbull, as one of several planning studies that will be used to inform the implementation of the Mission Area Plan. The South Mission Survey resulted in documentation and assessment of approximately 3,800 individual buildings, including nearly 1,000 individual historic properties and contributors to 13 historic districts. The South Mission Survey included the area that is bounded approximately by 20th Street to the north, Cesar Chavez Street to the south, Potrero Avenue to the east, and Guerrero Street to the west. The South Mission Survey was adopted by the Historic Preservation Commission on November 17, 2011.

For more information regarding the South Mission Survey, please contact:

Tim Frye
Preservation Coordinator
(415) 575-6822
tim.frye@sfgov.org

South Mission Historic Resource Survey Google Map

The Department has created an interactive "Google Map" a custom application to navigate around the survey area and find survey parcels. You can view survey results and materials for specific properties and areas. To use the map, click here.

 

Survey Results

To view specific survey materials listed below, click on the name of a document to view that document. Printed copies are available for review at the Planning Department offices.

Historic Resource Survey Findings
 
   
   
   

Individual Historic Resources
 
   
   
   

Historic Districts & Contributors
 
   
   
   
   
   

Historic Districts (Descriptions, Maps and Property Lists)
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

Other
 
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Last updated: 1/6/2014 10:27:55 AM