Pursuant to Governor Newsom’s Executive Orders, including N-25-20 and N-29-20: Certain Brown Act requirements for the holding of a public meeting have been temporarily suspended and the Zoning Administrator and City staff will participate in this meeting via teleconference. In the interest of reducing the spread of COVID-19, members of the public are encouraged to submit their agenda and non-agenda comments online at the following link: https://www.escondido.org/public-comment-form.aspx. Council Chambers will be closed, no public allowed.
Public Comment: To submit comments in writing, please do so at the following link: https://www.escondido.org/public-comment-form.aspx. If you would like to have the comment read out loud at the meeting (not to exceed three minutes), please write “Read Out Loud” in the subject line. All comments received from the public will be made a part of the record of the meeting.
The meeting will be available for viewing via public television on Cox Communications Channel 19 (Escondido only). The meeting will also be live streamed online at the following link: https://www.escondido.org and click on the graphic showing “live stream - meeting in progress."
Voice Your Opinion - How to comment on meeting agenda items (informational flyer)
The Historic Preservation Commission develops and implements the City Historic Preservation Program under the direction of the City Council, and advises the Council on the responsibilities of being a Certified Local Government and other matters relating to Historic Preservation. Areas of jurisdiction include:
- Maintaining and updating the Escondido Historical Sites Survey
- Recommending and maintaining a program of economic and other incentives
- Reviewing and commenting on applications for local register or landmark designations, Mills Act contracts, major projects involving historic resources or historic districts, and for the demolition of significant historic resources
- Conducting public information, educational, and interpretive programs pertaining to historic resources
( List of board members )
Seven members from the community who represent a variety of perspectives related to historic preservation including:
- Professionals in the fields of American studies, anthropology, cultural geography, architecture or other historic preservation related disciplines (a majority should serve on the commission or to the extent these professionals are available in the community)
- Historians (a minimum of one)
- A member of the Escondido History Center historical society (minimum of one)
Also considered desirable are:
- Owners of historic structures
- A representative from any formally approved Historic District
NOTE: A resume must be submitted with all applications.