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(b)Historical resources that require nomination to be listed in the Local Register may be nominated by individuals, organizations, or governmental agencies.  Resources that are to be listed in the Local Register must have owner approval prior to consideration for listing.  These resources include:

(1)Local historical resources identified as significant during CEQA environmental review.

(2)An historical resource or historic district.

(3)An historical resource contributing to the significance of a nominated historic district.

(4)A group of historical resources identified in historic resource surveys, if the survey meets the criteria and standards of documentation as identified in Section V(e) below.

(5)An historical resource, a group of historical resources, or historic districts designated or listed as County landmarks or historical resources or districts pursuant to any County ordinance, if the criteria for designation or listing under the ordinance have been reviewed by the Historic Site Board as meeting the Local Register criteria.

(6)Historic Landmarks or Districts designated through the application of the “H” or “J” special area designator.

V.Types of Historical Resources and Criteria for Listing in the San Diego County Register of Historical Resources

The criteria for listing historical resources in the Local Register are consistent with those developed by the Office of Historic Preservation (OHP) for listing resources to the California Register of Historical Resources (California Register), but have been modified for local use in order to include a range of historical resources which specifically reflect the history and prehistory of San Diego County.  Only resources that meet the criteria set out below may be listed or formally determined eligible for listing to the Local Register.

(a)Types of resources eligible for nomination:

(1)Building.  A resource, such as a house, barn, church, factory, hotel, or similar structure created principally to shelter or assist in carrying out any form of human activity.  “Building” may also be used to refer to an historically and functionally related unit, such as a courthouse and jail or a house and barn.

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