This project, for the City of Oceanside Historic Preservation Ordinance (HPO), was conducted to document the historic-era structures and evaluate eligibility and assess integrity of the historic resources observed in the project area.
PanGIS Senior Historian performed archival and background research, conducted the intensive survey of the property to document the historic-era structures, carried out an CRHR and City of Oceanside Historic Preservation Ordinance (HPO) eligibility evaluation and integrity assessment of the historic resources observed in the project area, and authored the final report. Senior staff also attended City Council meetings to answer any questions regarding the property. The historical resources assessment described in this report was conducted to fulfill mitigation measures described in the Grandview Pointe Project Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration, in accordance with CEQA Guidelines and using CRHR eligibility criteria. As the project is located in the City of Oceanside, historic resource definitions and eligibility guidelines established by the City’s HPO were also followed. The exterior of each structure was examined and photographed; an interior examination was not conducted. Field notes included information on architectural style and features, construction methods, modifications, and property condition. A DPR 523 update form was created for the property.