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For property in the City of Fullerton to be eligible for Local Landmark status, it must meet one of the following criteria:
For a property to qualify, it must generally be at least fifty years old and retain a high degree of historic integrity. Examples of properties usually NOT considered for listing are reconstructed buildings, moved properties, birthplaces, and graves, although exceptions may be made.
Fullerton Heritage is able to assist owners in determining if their property qualifies for Local Landmark designation. If you would like Fullerton Heritage to assist you in the process of researching and requesting the property for designation as a Local Landmark, the following sequence is carried out:
If you would like to know what Local Landmark designation confers to a property, please contact Fullerton Heritage, the Community Development Department of the City of Fullerton, and/or other Local Landmark property owners.
Initial research on a property in Fullerton can be conducted in the Launer Local History Room of the Fullerton Public Library. The Fullerton Heritage website includes a current list of Fullerton Significant Properties, an architectural history of notable buildings and neighborhoods titled Fullerton through theYears, and Design Guidelines for Residential Preservation Zones.
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