Historic-era Structure Assessment for the Olive Avenue Project
A privately-owned residential complex was being redeveloped for single-family homes. As part of the project, the historic-era structures on the property needed to be evaluated for local and State registers. The family who originally developed and owned the property are prominent in the history of Vista for their involvement with local agriculture and community events.
Scope of Work:
PanGIS staff conducted a historic property title research, obtained and reviewed historic maps, aerial photographs, and conducted a field evaluation, and prepared a DPR form for the residential complex and surrounding area. Background research was also conducted at the Vista Historical Society, where staff located a memoir for the prominent family who owned the property. The report included a preliminary evaluation for eligibility and inclusion on local and state registers under CEQA guidelines, and federal registers of historic resources. Structures include a 1930s vernacular, single-family residence with an associated barn building.