Cultural Resources and Landmarks

Cultural Resources and Landmarks

Course Number: URST X421.13

2 units

Designed to help you understand when and why cultural resource reports should be requested in the planning process. Examines the elements required under CEQA and the Federal Secretary of Interior Standards in the evaluation of cultural resources, and what goes into a well-written and legally defensible cultural resources report. You learn:

  • state and federal laws and regulations by which all potential historic resources must be evaluated
  • architectural styles common to Southern California and their defining features
  • how to review and evaluate a cultural resources report


No Prerequisites for this course

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