Anza Street Townhomes Historic Resources Evaluation Report
PanGIS architectural historian authored the report on an evaluation of the built environment resources at five addresses on N Anza Street in the Bostonia neighborhood of El Cajon, San Diego County, California, for eligibility for the California Register of Historical Resources (CRHR), San Diego County Local Register of Historic Resources (Local Register), and the County of San Diego Resource Protection Ordinance (RPO).
The report was prepared in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and follows the County of San Diego Guidelines for determining significance, report format, and content guidelines.
Five single-family residences were evaluated and their associated outbuildings at the project site that were potentially historically significant because of their age. The resources at N Anza Street were recommended not eligible for the CRHR and the Local Register, nor did they meet the qualifications as historical resources pursuant to CEQA or the RPO.
As these structures were not recommended as historically important, the Project did not result in a significant adverse impact, and therefore the effects of the Project on the built environment resources addressed in the report were proposed as not significant. The results of the evaluation assisted the County in determining the direct construction impacts to these resources.