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ORDINANCE 2014-____
AN UNCODIFIED ORDINANCE ADDING THIRTEEN PROPERTIES TO THE ALAMEDA
COUNTY REGISTER OF HISTORIC RESOURCES PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 17.62.050 AND
17.62.110 OF THE ALAMEDA COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE
The Board of Supervisors of the County of Alameda ordains as follows:
SECTION I
The Board of Supervisors makes the following findings in support of this ordinance adding properties to
the Alameda County Register of Historic Resources:
1. This Board of Supervisors (“Board”) adopted a Historic Preservation Ordinance on February 10,
2012; and
2. The Historic Preservation Ordinance established an Alameda County Register of Historic
Resources (“Register”); and
3. In accordance with Section 17.62.050(B) of the Historic Preservation Ordinance, the County
notified the owners of properties that were previously deemed eligible for inclusion on the
Register; and
4. The owners of properties identified in Exhibit A provided their written consent for the inclusion
of their properties on the Register as required under Section17.62.050 (B); and
5. The Planning Department staff and members of the Alameda County Parks, Recreation and
Historic Commission (“PRHC”) analyzed those requests; and
6. On September of 2013, the PRHC concluded their review, and directed staff to transmit the
PRHC recommendations to the Board; and
7. The Board Transportation and Planning Committee reviewed the PRHC recommendations at their
November 7, 2013 meeting; and
8. The Board, at a duly noticed public hearing on June 3, 2014, determined that the properties
proposed for addition to the Register have either historical and architectural significance; and for
these reasons they are considered worthy of preservation; and
9. The provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) have been satisfied, and
pursuant to Sections 15061(b)(3), 15305, 15308, 15331, and 15183 of the CEQA Guidelines
(California Code of Regulations, Title 14) each as a separate and independent basis, this
ordinance is exempt from CEQA.
SECTION II
The Board hereby approves the designations of the structures, as described and presented in Exhibit A, as
historic resources pursuant to Chapter 17.62 of the Alameda County Zoning Ordinance; and the Planning
Director is hereby directed to execute and cause to be recorded in the Alameda County Recorder's Office
a notice of designation.
SECTION III
This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force thirty (30) days from and after the date of its passage.
Before the expiration of fifteen days after its passage it shall be published once with the names of the
members voting for and against the same in the Inter-City Express, a newspaper published in the County
of Alameda.
ADOPTED by a majority vote of the Alameda County Board of Supervisors this _TBD__ day of TBD,
2014 by the following called vote:
AYES:
NOES:
EXCUSED:
___________________________________
KEITH CARSON
President of the Board of Supervisors
County of Alameda, State of California
ATTEST: ANIKA CAMPBELL-BELTON
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, County of Alameda
By____________________________
Approved as to Form:
DONNA ZIEGLER, County Counsel
By____________________________
BRIAN WASHINGTON
Chief Assistant County Counsel
Exhibit A- Addition of Properties to the Alameda County Register of Historic Resources
Address/Community/
APN
20050 San Miguel
Avenue
(Castro Valley)
APN:
084A010901004
1063 Elgin
(Ashland)
APN: 080B031900200
463 Kilkare Road
(Sunol)
APN: 096 021000701
1046 Grove Way
(Cherryland)
APN: 414 008102202
11601 Main Street
(Sunol)
APN: 096 015500401
22603 Eden Canyon
Road
(Castro Valley)
APN:
085A155000100
341 Kilkare Road
(Sunol)
APN: 096 021000900
Year Built
1936
Survey
Castro Valley
- Carey and
Company
1880
Ashland/
(Assessor’s Cherryland
information
states
1945)
1890
East County
1860
1925
Castro Valley
- Carey and
Company
East County
PRHC
Description
Recommendation
2 Bedroom, 1 Bath cottage
Structure of Merit
with detached garage. The
property is a good example of
a cottage style bungalow from
the 1930’s.
Gothic Revival home
Structure of Merit
“Elliston” estate and
vineyard. This property is on
the National Register N1361.
Chapel constructed in the
1860’s. This property is on
the National Register N2368.
Public School. Spanish
Colonial Revival Style
Landmark
Landmark
Landmark
Unknown
Castro Valley
- Carey and
Company
Farm
Structure of Merit
1885
East County
Landmark
4590 Tesla Road
(Livermore)
APN: 099 120000300
3646 Cross Road
(Livermore)
APN:
099A185000105
20554 Forest Avenue
(Castro Valley)
APN: 084C071301203
1883
East County
Unknown
East County
Victorian farmstead. One of
five structures identified in
the designation of the Elliston
Estate. PRHC reviewed
alterations to the property in
2005 to ensure that they
comply with the Secretary of
the Interior’s Standards.
Old Winery Building.
California Register Number
641.
Agricultural buildings; date
of construction unknown
1932
Castro Valley
- Carey and
Company
Stucco colonial revival
residence
Structure of Merit
16298 Ashland
Avenue
(Ashland)
APN: 080C048202000
1895
Ashland/
Cherryland
One story Victorian
Structure of Merit
Landmark
Structure of Merit
Exhibit A- Addition of Properties to the Alameda County Register of Historic Resources
Address/Community/
APN
22588 Woodroe
Avenue
(Cherryland)
APN: 417 012000200
Year Built
1930
Survey
Unknown
Description
1930 Spanish Colonial
residence
PRHC
Recommendation
Structure of Merit
B. Three Cultural Resource Surveys of portions of Alameda County were conducted prior to
creation of this Ordinance:
1. Preliminary Cultural Resources Survey, Ashland & Cherryland Districts, San Lorenzo,
Alameda County (April 1998);
2. Unincorporated San Lorenzo Historic Building Survey, Alameda County (November
2000); and
3. Historical and Cultural Resource Survey, East Alameda County (June 2005)
C. All properties evaluated in the above surveys, regardless of the conclusions as to their
historic significance, will go into an Inventory of Potential Historic Resources. This Inventory
shall also include the results of any future historic resource surveys, including historic resource
evaluations done in conjunction with the completion of any Environmental Impact Reports
(EIRs) or Negative Declarations prepared pursuant to CEQA in the County. The Planning
Department shall take appropriate steps to ensure that the Inventory is properly maintained and
regularly updated. The Planning Department shall also take appropriate steps to maintain and
regularly update a list or compilation of resources within the County that are on the California
Register of Historical Resources or the National Register of Historic Places, and to make the list
or compilation available for public review and use.
17.62.050 The Alameda County Register
A. The list of landmarks, historic preservation districts, contributing resources and structures of
merit shall be known, collectively, as the Alameda County Register.
B. Within 180 days of the effective date of this ordinance, the following properties are
considered eligible for inclusion on the Alameda County Register:
1. Properties deemed likely significant in previous surveys (properties rated “Y” in the
Ashland & Cherryland survey, “1” in the San Lorenzo survey and “K” in the East
Alameda survey) that, as part of the Comprehensive Survey of Historic Sites in
unincorporated Alameda County, were verified to merit continued listing;
2. All landmarks, contributing buildings and historic preservation districts identified in the
Comprehensive Survey that were not identified in any of the three previous surveys;
3. Properties identified by the Commission that meet the structure of merit criteria set forth
below in 17.62080 (C) that were identified prior to the adoption of this Ordinance.
C. Owners of properties specified in subsection B shall be notified in writing that the Board of
Supervisors has adopted Historic Preservation Ordinance and as a result their property could be
included on the Alameda County Register if they so desire. The property owners shall be
notified in the manner specified in Section 17.62.120. Owners of these properties that wish to
add their property to the Alameda County Register must submit their written consent to be
added to the Register to the Planning Department within one hundred and eighty (180) days of
the adoption of this Ordinance. Upon receipt of the written consent, the property shall be
verified by the Director as acceptable by conducting a review of County records and conducting
a site visit to confirm that no alterations have been performed that would render the property
ineligible for listing. If no written consent to be added to the Register is submitted by the
owners of properties specified in Subsection B to the Planning Department within one hundred
and eighty (180) days of the adoption of this Ordinance, such properties will not be added to the
Register unless they are subsequently nominated pursuant to Section 17.62.080. Lack of
receipt of consent by the Director pursuant to this subsection shall not constitute a denial of a
nomination.
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17.62.060 Criteria and Requirements for Placement on, and Deletion from, the Alameda
County Register
The criteria and requirements for placement on, or deletion from, the Alameda County Register
as landmarks, historic preservation districts, contributing resources or structures of merit are as
follows:
A. A nominated resource shall be added to the Alameda County Register as a landmark if the
Board of Supervisors finds, after holding the hearings required by this chapter, that all of the
requirements set forth below are satisfied:
1. The nominated resource meets one or more of the following criteria:
a. It is associated with events that have made a significant contribution to the broad
patterns of the history of the County, the region, the state or the nation;
b. It is associated with the lives of persons significant in the County’s past;
c. It embodies the distinctive characteristics of a type, period or method of construction;
d. It represents the work of an important creative individual or master;
e. It possesses high artistic values; or
f.
It has yielded, or may be likely to yield, information important in the prehistory or
history of the County, the region, the state or the nation.
2. The nominated resource has integrity of location, design, setting, materials,
workmanship, feeling and association. Integrity shall be judged with reference to the
particular criterion or criteria specified in subparagraph 1.;
3. The nominated resource has significance historically or architecturally, and its
designation as a landmark is reasonable, appropriate and necessary to promote, protect
and further the goals and purposes of this chapter.
4. The nominated resource has been evaluated by a qualified historical resources
consultant who meets one or more of the Secretary of the Interior’s professional
qualifications standards or who are certified by the Register of Professional
Archaeologists, and the evaluator has submitted documents that provide evidence of the
resources historical or architectural significance.
B. A geographic area nominated as a historic preservation district shall be added to the
Alameda County Register as a historic preservation district if the Board of Supervisors finds,
after holding the hearings required by this chapter, that all of the requirements set forth below
are satisfied:
1. The area is a geographically definable area;
2. The area possesses either:
a. A significant concentration or continuity of buildings unified by: a) past events; or b)
aesthetically by plan or physical development; or
b. The area is associated with an event, person, or period significant or important to
County history
3. The designation of the geographic area as a historic preservation district is reasonable,
appropriate and necessary to protect, promote and further the goals and purposes of this
chapter and is not inconsistent with other goals and policies of the County.
4. A historic preservation district shall have integrity of location, design, setting, materials,
workmanship, feeling and association.
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5. The collective historic value of the buildings and structures in a historic preservation
district taken together is greater than the historic value of each individual building or
structure.
6. The application is accompanied by a form bearing the signatures of at least fifty-one
percent (51%) of all property owners within the area of the proposed district.
7. The Board finds that the addition of the district to the Register does not in any manner
interfere, eliminate or otherwise obviate the identification, qualification, designation and
preservation requirements of the creation of Historic Preservation Districts pursuant to
Chapter 20 of this Title.
C. A nominated resource shall be added to the Alameda County Register as a structure of merit
if the Board of Supervisors finds, after holding the hearing(s) required by this chapter, that it
satisfies one or more of the following criteria:
1. It represents in its location an established and familiar visual feature of the
neighborhood, community or County; or
2. It materially benefits the historic, architectural or aesthetic character of the neighborhood
or area; or
3. It is an example of a type of building that once was common but is now rare in its
neighborhood, community or area; or
4. It is connected with a business or use which was once common but is now rare; or
5. It contributes to an understanding of the contextual significance of a neighborhood,
community or area.
D. A nominated resource shall be added to the Alameda County Register as a contributing
resource if the Board of Supervisors finds, after holding the hearing(s) required by this chapter,
that it satisfies one or more of the following criteria:
1. The nominated resource is within a historic district;
2. The nominated resource either embodies the significant features and characteristics of
the historic district or adds to the historical associations, historical architectural qualities
or archaeological values identified for the historic district;
3. The nominated resource was present during the period of historical significance of the
historic district and relates to the documented historical significance of the historic
district;
4. The nominated resource either possesses historic integrity or is capable of yielding
important information about the period of historical significance of the historic district;
and
5. The nominated resource has important historic or architectural worth, and its designation
as a contributing resource is reasonable, appropriate and necessary to protect, promote
and further the goals and purposes of this chapter.
17.62.070 Deletions from the Register
An application to delete a listed historic resource from the Alameda County Register may be
approved if the Board of Supervisors finds, after holding the hearings required by this chapter,
that the listed historic resource no longer meets the requirements set forth above; provided that
where a landmark, historic preservation district or structure of merit is proposed for deletion due
to a loss of integrity, the loss of integrity was not the result of any illegal act or willful neglect by
the owner or agent of the owner.
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Alameda County Landmarks & Contributing Buildings
Identified in 2005-2008 Comprehensive Survey
Address
4951 Arroyo Road
728 Bockman Road
Area
East County
San Lorenzo
Property Type
Spanish Colonial VA Hospital
Queen Anne Cottage
782 Bockman Road
2495 Castro Valley Blvd
2520 Castro Valley Blvd
2544 Castro Valley Blvd
2845-61 Castro Valley Blvd
22047-55 Center Street
14563 Cull Canyon Road
16874 Cull Canyon Road
2440 Depot Road
2595 Depot Road
22380 Eden Canyon Road
San Lorenzo
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
Hayward
Hayward/ Eden
Area
Castro Valley
Henry Bockman House
Castro Valley Lumber
Connie’s Tropical Fish
Formerly Crowe’s Feed Shop
Chabot Theater
Four Square House
Red barn, Cull’s ranch
Farmhouse and barn
Mt. Eden Cemetery
Queen Anne - Herman Mohr House
“Sea Breeze”
Bank barn and associated barns
10366 S. Flynn Road
15400 Foothill Boulevard
East County
Fairmont
Period Revival farmstead
Fairmont Hospital
1920s
15400 Foothill Boulevard
Fairmont
1048 Grant Avenue
San Lorenzo
Queen Anne Victorian, White Cotton
Cottage
Queen Anne – Heidi House
1890
Grove Way at Mission
24985 Hesperian Boulevard
Cherryland
Hayward
End of Hollis Canyon off Eden
Canyon
5922 Jensen Road
16331 Kent Avenue
Castro Valley
Grove Way Bridge
Cornelius Mohr house and farm,
Classical Revival, Victorian with
mansard roof, barn
Eastwood House
Castro Valley
Ashland
Jensen farmhouse; Salt box
Barn
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Age
1925
1895
Previous Survey
East Alameda Survey - likely eligible
San Lorenzo Survey - likely eligible
under Criterion A
1934
1855
1860
San Lorenzo Survey - likely eligible
under criteria A, B and C
c.1925
San Lorenzo Survey - likely eligible
under criteria A, B and C
1872
1890
Ashland/Cherryland - possibly eligible
Alameda County Landmarks & Contributing Buildings
Identified in 2005-2008 Comprehensive Survey
Address
16490 Kent Avenue
264 E. Lewelling Boulevard
Area
Ashland
San Lorenzo
Lewelling Boulevard @ Embers Way
San Lorenzo
22319 Meekland Avenue
2033 Miramonte
20095 Mission Boulevard
Cherryland
Fairmont
Hayward
3461 Old Foothill Road
24829 Palomares Road
East County
Castro Valley
33853 Palomares Road
6446 Paloverde Road
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
5328 Proctor Road
911 St James Court
912 St James Court
926 St James Court
927 St James Court
943 St James Court
944 St James Court
959 St James Court
960 St James Court
20050 San Miguel Avenue
20110 San Miguel Avenue
Property Type
Holy Ghost Hall
St. John’s Catholic Church,
Mediterranean Revival
Captain William Robert’s House
Age
1890
19251972
Previous Survey
Ashland/Cherryland - likely eligible
Ashland/Cherryland - likely eligible
Adobe residence
Spanish Revival “estate”
Mediterranean Revival PG&E
substation
Alviso Adobe
Smythe House, Bonnie Doone Ranch
Castro Valley
Cherryland
Cherryland
Cherryland
Cherryland
Cherryland
Cherryland
Cherryland
Cherryland
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
Chouinard Winery and vineyards
1920’s farmhouse and “Spark Stoves”
barn across the street
Borloz Farm
Street of Mediterranean Bungalows
Street of Mediterranean Bungalows
Street of Mediterranean Bungalows
Street of Mediterranean Bungalows
Street of Mediterranean Bungalows
Street of Mediterranean Bungalows
Street of Mediterranean Bungalows
Street of Mediterranean Bungalows
Mimimal Traditional residence
Mimimal Traditional residence
1936
1935
20176 San Miguel Avenue
Castro Valley
Mimimal Traditional residence
1939
4327 Seven Hills Road
Castro Valley
Airplane Bungalow
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Ashland/Cherryland - likely eligible
Ashland/Cherryland - likely eligible
Ashland/Cherryland - likely eligible
Ashland/Cherryland - likely eligible
Ashland/Cherryland - likely eligible
Ashland/Cherryland - likely eligible
Ashland/Cherryland - likely eligible
Ashland/Cherryland - likely eligible
Alameda County Landmarks & Contributing Buildings
Identified in 2005-2008 Comprehensive Survey
Address
15645 Tracy Street
Area
San Lorenzo
Property Type
Gothic Revival residence
Age
15503 Usher Street
San Lorenzo
1875
15525 Usher Street
San Lorenzo
First Southern Baptist Church (next to
Pioneer Cemetery)
Queen Anne Cottage
1890
North end of Van Avenue
San Leandro
Mount Calvary Cemetery
1872
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Previous Survey
San Lorenzo Survey - likely eligible
under criteria A and C
San Lorenzo Survey - likely eligible
under Criterion C; Ashland/Cherryland likely eligible
Alameda County Landmarks & Contributing Buildings
Identified in Previous Historic Surveys
Includes (1) Ashland/Cherryland Survey (Resources rated "Y - appears eligible"); (2) East County Survey (Resources rated "K - likely to be individually significant"); and (3) San Lorenzo Survey (Resources rated "A1 appears eligible under NRHP Criterion A," "B1 - appears eligible under NRHP Criterion B," and "C1 - appears eligible under NRHP Criterion C")
Number Street
1424 168th Street
10605 Altamont Pass Road
Altamont Pass Road near
Greenville Road
Altamont Pass Road near
Sanitary Landfill
Arroyo Road
Arroyo Road
Arroyo Road
16294
16298
16464
16467
16500
16600
21455
773
Ashland Avenue
Ashland Avenue
Ashland Avenue
Ashland Avenue
Ashland Avenue
Ashland Avenue
Birch Street
Blossom Way
Property Description
Large Period Revival house
Commerical garage
Railroad bridge
Non-residential agricultural buildings and structures, such
as sheds, barns, fences, windmills.
Non-residential agricultural buildings and structures, such
as sheds, barns, fences, windmils/Winery/Spanish Revival
or Mediterranean
Queen Anne Cottage with Tankhouse
One-story house
One-story house
Greenhouses
Greenhouses
Two-story convent
Colonial Revival Church complex
Craftsman Bungalow
752 Bockman Avenue
Residence
Government building - school/Spanish Colonial Revival or
Mediterranean
Row of street trees
One-story, central hall house, "Portuguese Garden"
9635 Dublin Canyon Road
Multiple residential and agricultural buildings/Queen Anne
9711 Dublin Canyon Road
Multiple residential and agricultural buildings/Ranch style
770 El Charro Road
1063
10366
12565
536
Elgin Street
South Flynn Road
Foothill Road
Grove Way
East Alameda ("K")
Bridge inscribed "Western Pacific 1915"
1913
East Alameda ("K")
1900
East Alameda ("K")
1882
East Alameda ("K")
Olivina Winery Gateway; Arroyo at Wetmore; DPR
exists
Mission Revival Winery building and 1910
residence; now part of Veterans Park
Cresta Blanca Winery
1890
1900
1900
1920
1920
1949
1865/1948
1920
1890
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
San Lorenzo ("A1")
1885
1930
San Lorenzo ("A1")
East Alameda ("K")
1930
East Alameda ("K")
?
1890
1895
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
East Alameda ("K")
1940
East Alameda ("K")
Houses. Barn, quonset hut
1915
East Alameda ("K")
1940
1940
East Alameda ("K")
East Alameda ("K")
Arch bridge similar to 11393 Dublin Canyon Road
in Pleasanton
"Rancho del Charro," house, stable, barn
Stable, eucalyptus row, round brick stable in field
1880
1880
?
1930
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
East Alameda ("K")
East Alameda ("K")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
Calaveras Dam
Cherry Way
1074 Delano Street
Dublin Canyon Road east of
Mountain View Drive
770 El Charro Road
1915
Gateway
Italianate residence
13550 Calaveras Road
Previous Survey
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
East Alameda ("K")
East Alameda ("K")
Railroad bridge
740 Bockman Avenue
Bond Street
Date (Est.)
1925
1925
1915
Railroad bridge
Multiple residential and agricultural buildings/Ranch
Non-residential agricultural buildings and landscaping
Gothic Revival House
Multiple residential and agricultural buildings
Multiple barns
Large two-story Spanish Colonial Revival house
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Notes
c. 1890 carriage house, large trees on site
Summit Garage and bungalow
Japanese house & gardens c. 1965
"Pioneer Chapel" structure moved c. 1948
Moved from airport, now Real Estate office,
altered
Address approximate
Part of Hetch Hetchy System; includes Spanishstyle intake structure on dam and adjoining
complex of house, barn, etc.
Victorian house
Farm/ranch with house and old barn
Foothill Farms
Alameda County Landmarks & Contributing Buildings
Identified in Previous Historic Surveys
Includes (1) Ashland/Cherryland Survey (Resources rated "Y - appears eligible"); (2) East County Survey (Resources rated "K - likely to be individually significant"); and (3) San Lorenzo Survey (Resources rated "A1 appears eligible under NRHP Criterion A," "B1 - appears eligible under NRHP Criterion B," and "C1 - appears eligible under NRHP Criterion C")
Number Street
564 Grove Way
636 Grove Way
Date (Est.)
1920
1915
1865/1948
Previous Survey
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
One-story Italianate house
Reinforced concrete bridge
Large Italianate house and carriage house
1880
1915
1869
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
San Lorenzo Pioneer Cemetery
1864
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
Theater
Commercial
1946
1955
1915
San Lorenzo ("A1", "C1")
San Lorenzo ("A1")
East Alameda ("K")
Large barn
Queen Anne Cottage
Religious complex
1890
1890
1890
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
Kent Avenue
Kent Avenue
Kent Avenue
Kilkare Road
Kilkare Road
Kilkare Road
Kilkare Road
Kilkare Road
Kilkare Road
One-story house
One-story house
One-story house
Sunol Railroad Station
Residential building/Queen Anne
Church/Stick-Eastlake Style
Residential building
Stone winery building
Stone winery building
Kilkare Road
Clubhouse, log construction
1890
1890
1890
1885
1890
1895
1890
1890
1888
1925
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
East Alameda ("K")
East Alameda ("K")
East Alameda ("K")
East Alameda ("K")
East Alameda ("K")
East Alameda ("K")
East Alameda ("K")
1900
?
1925-1955
East Alameda ("K")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
1885
1890
1910
San Lorenzo ("A1", "C1")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y");
San Lorenzo ("A1")
East Alameda ("K")
1905
East Alameda ("K")
1885
1905
East Alameda ("K")
East Alameda ("K")
1890
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
1046 Grove Way
1129 Grove Way
Grove Way Bridge
240 Hampton Avenue
15400 Hesperian Boulevard
16080 Hesperian Boulevard
17975 Hesperian Boulevard
I-580 between Grant Line &
Flynn Road
16331 Kent Avenue
16341 Kent Avenue
16490 Kent Avenue
16503
16560
16561
6
86
141
341
463
1011
3837 Laughlin Road
9 East Lewelling Boulevard
264 East Lewelling Boulevard
130 West Lewelling Boulevard
254 West Lewelling Boulevard
Property Description
Large two-story house
Large two-story Mediterranean Revival house
Colonial Revival Pioneer Chapel
Railroad bridge
Multiple agricultural buildings
Large laurel or bay tree
Mediterranean Revival religious complex
Residence
One-story house
3981 North Livermore Avenue
Colonial Revival farmhouse with agricultural buildings
4157 North Livermore Avenue
Colonial Revival farmhouse with agricultural buildings
5459 North Livermore Avenue
Italiante farmhouse with agricultural buildings
1890 South Livermore Avenue
Colonial Revival farmhouse with agricultural buildings
21459 Locust Street
Queen Anne Cottage
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Notes
Moved c. 1948 to 21455 Birch St, and again c.
2005 to Grove Way; on National Register
Some alterations over time
Bridges San Lorenzo Creek at Mission Blvd.
Meek Mansion & Carriage House; On National
Register
CA Pt. of Historical Interest; address approximate
Lorenzo Theater, Cal. Reg. 01-0041, 7J
Sam's Drive Through
Western Pacific over Lincoln Highway
Address approximate
Address approximate
Holy Ghost Association Hall (Portuguese); some
additions
House
Little Brown Church
House
Elliston Vineyards; on National Register
On National Register
Kilkare Woods Clubhouse, park; also 12051
Glenora Way
Farm/ranch
St. John's Catholic Church, school, gym, rectory
Alameda County Landmarks & Contributing Buildings
Identified in Previous Historic Surveys
Includes (1) Ashland/Cherryland Survey (Resources rated "Y - appears eligible"); (2) East County Survey (Resources rated "K - likely to be individually significant"); and (3) San Lorenzo Survey (Resources rated "A1 appears eligible under NRHP Criterion A," "B1 - appears eligible under NRHP Criterion B," and "C1 - appears eligible under NRHP Criterion C")
Number Street
15775 Lorenzo Avenue
9618 Lupin Way
11882 Main Street
1163 Manning Road
1541 Middle Lane
24495 Mohr Drive
Montgomery Avenue
3950 Mountain House Road
Niles Canyon Road
Property Description
School
Date (Est.)
1950
1885
Previous Survey
San Lorenzo ("A1", "C1")
East Alameda ("K")
1920
East Alameda ("K")
1915
East Alameda ("K")
1920
1925
?
1923
1928
1870
San Lorenzo ("A1")
San Lorenzo ("A1")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
East Alameda ("K")
East Alameda ("K")
East Alameda ("K")
1910
East Alameda ("K")
1906
East Alameda ("K")
1869
East Alameda ("K")
1890
?
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
East Alameda ("K")
1955
1895
San Lorenzo ("C1")
East Alameda ("K")
San Lorenzo Community Church
?
East Alameda ("K")
Sections of allees of trees
1880
1895
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
East Alameda ("K")
1883
1910
1873
East Alameda ("K")
East Alameda ("K")
East Alameda ("K")
Victorian cottage
1898
Gothic Revival House
1880
Shingle-style house
Gas station
1915
1950
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y");
San Lorenzo ("A1")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y");
San Lorenzo ("A1", "C1")
Ashland/Cherryland ("Y")
San Lorenzo ("A1")
Multiple residential and agricultural buildings/Italianate
Commercial building/Mission Revival
Multiple residential and agricultural buildings/bungalow
Farmstead with water tower
Residence and store
Row of large street trees
Mission Revival school
Railroad bridge
Niles Canyon Road along RR Telegraph poles
Niles Canyon Road east of
Idylwood
Niles Canyon Road near
Palomares Road
Niles Canyon Road west of
Brightside
21439 Ocean View Drive
Paloma Road west of I-680
955 Paseo Grande
8433 Patterson Pass Road
Railroad bridge
Railroad bridge
Railroad bridge
Queen Anne cottage
Landscape features
Church
Queen Anne foursquare residence with water tower,
agricultural buildings and palm trees
Pleasanton-Sunol Road South
Landscape features
of Verona
1565 Plaza Drive
One-story house
4520 Tesla Road
Multiple residential and agricultural building/Queen Anne
4590 Tesla Road
8792 Tesla Road
Winery
Craftsman winery with tank house
11450 Tesla Road
15536 Tracy Street
15630 Tracy Street
15651 Tracy Street
15787 Washington Avenue
Gothic Revival farmhouse with tankhouse
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Notes
Arroyo High School
Farm/ranch with house; also 10123 Patterson Pass
Rd.
Commercial complex including tankhouse; Sunol
Coffee House & Café
Farm/ranch with bungalow
West side of street
Mountain Home School
Richmond Bridge at P.M. 13.33
Farwell bridge 33-335 at P.M. 13.025; abutments
(1932)
Bridge with stone abutments
Tree allees on both sides
Dr. Gordon farm/ranch with house; moved from
Livermore in 1966
Concannon Vineyard
Tesla Vineyard (eucalptus row, barns)
Structure built by N.B. Holmes, local blacksmith,
in 1873; House was moved to this location in the
1970s and rehabilitated
Possible San Lorenzo Grove caretaker's house
Some alterations
Address approximate
Alameda County Structures of Merit
PRHC, 10/17/07
Address
2059 150th Avenue
2135 150th Avenue
1511 166th Street
6443 Alisal Street
21921 Arbor
5211 Arroyo Road
Area
Ashland
Ashland
Ashland
East County
Castro Valley
East County
Property Type
Queen Anne Cottage
Victorian Cottage
Craftsman Bungalow
Water tower
Victorian Cottage
Dos Mesas Winery
3178 Aylesbury Court
Bernal Road
Castro Valley
East County
Large English Cottage
Possibly Hearst family home
20997 Birch Street
650-88 Blossom Way
2637 Castro Valley Boulevard
2806 Castro Valley Boulevard
2836 Castro Valley Boulevard
3550-58 Castro Valley Boulevard
Cherryland
Cherryland
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
Queen Anne Cottage
Mission Revival commercial/residential
Dell Cafe
First Castro Valley Post Office
First bakery in Castro Valley
1920s commercial building
20546 Center Street
741 Cherry Way
2768 Collier Canyon Road
Castro Valley
Cherryland
East County
Bungalow, barns on large parcel
Modest airplane bungalow with water tower
Farmstead: bungalow, barn, garage, outbuildings
4221 Collier Canyon Road
4760 Collier Canyon Road
3646 Corss Road
7324 Crow Canyon Road
Crow Canyon Road
East County
East County
East County
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
Barn
Barn
Barns
Victorian Cottage
McMerritt Barn
1088 Delano Street
Del Valle
San Lorenzo/
Ashland/Cherryland
East County
Agricultural property, c.1900 house, garage, large
barn
Sanitarium
1578 East Street
Eden Canyon Road
Castro Valley
Spanish Colonial Revival residence
King’s Ranch
964-68 Elgin Street
195 East Lewelling Boulevard
2200 Fairmont Drive
2700 Fairmont Drive
1797 Fairview Avenue
11761 North Flynn Road
San Lorenzo/
Ashland/Cherryland
San Lorenzo/
Ashland/Cherryland
Fairmont
Fairmont
East County
Age
Notes
1883
May be on grounds of VA Medical Center or
in Sycamore Grove Park. Remaining are
residence, office, bottling facility and wine
storage tunnels. Administered by LARPD.
May have become part of Castlewood Golf
Course building
Moved to Castro Valley from Oakland
Currently Castro Valley Beauty College
Jenny’s Café
Gained notoriety in the 1990’s when owner
painted it bright purple
Isolated amidst new business park
development, threatened
address incorrect
Late
1890s
Adjacent to VA Hospital, on grounds of
Camp Arroyo; only 1 building left;.on
EBRPD property
Large, well established ranch property;
King's Ranch includes whole upper half of
Eden Canyon Road -- need to clarify where
historic resources are
Duplex court, possible worker housing
Bungalow with multiple outbuildings
Juvenile Hall
Animal Control Complex
Bungalow with monitor
Greek Revival farmstead
Poosible former agricultural use
1878
John Young homestead; site owned by
Alameda County Waste Management
Authority
19644 Forest Avenue
20325 Forest Avenue
20554 Forest Avenue
20633 Garden Avenue
16822 Grant Line Road
2045 Grove Way
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
2833 Grove Way
3069 Grove Way
Grove Way & Redwood Road
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
Victorian Cottage
2 story farmhouse
Castro Valley Exchange site
1881
Current site of Trader Joe’s, site of Castro
Valley’s first business per CV General Plan
21855 Hathaway Avenue
Hazel at Main Street
18695 or 18701 Hesperian
Boulevard
Hayward
Hayward
San Lorenzo
Classic Box residence
Hazel Street Bridge
McConaghy Victorian farmhouse
1925
1886
George Posey Engineer
Restored 12 room house, tank house and
carriage house, may be within Hayward city
limits
Hesperian Boulevard
Hesperian Boulevard at Hwy 92
Hayward
Hayward
House next door to Mohr estate
Original Mt. Eden Post Office
4658-62 Heyer Avenue
3596 Jamison Way
18467 Lake Chabot Road
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
1900s bungalow
Farmhouse
Ranch house
East County
Castro Valley
Tudor residence
Farmhouse
Colonial Revival residence
Victorian Cottage
1925 roadside store and residences
Caretakers house on Lauren Lanch
Strobridge Property
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Within Hayward city limits
Alameda County Structures of Merit
PRHC, 10/17/07
Address
1761 Laughlin Road
Area
East County
Property Type
Ruins of pyramidal roofed house
Foot of Lewelling Boulevard
2060 South Livermore Avenue
3320 Lorraine/Hartford Avenue
San Lorenzo
East County
East County
Robert’s Landing
Bungalow and water tower
1940s radio station
15593 Lorenzo Avenue
15600 Lorenzo Avenue
3264 Magdalena Place
11601 Main Street
4529 Malabar Avenue
San Lorenzo
San Lorenzo
East County
Castro Valley
House
House
Victorian Cottage
Sunol Glenn School
Synagogue, was Italianate residence
2949 Marina Avenue
22217 Meekland Avenue
3424 Middleton Ave
3005 Mines Road
East County
Cherryland
Castro Valley
East County
1940s Barns
Art Deco Commercial
Victorian
Mel Winery
20102 Mission Boulevard
21003 Mission Boulevard
Hayward
Cherryland
27745 Palomares Canyon Road
Castro Valley
Quonset hut with additions
Commercial Building on corner of St. James and
Mission Blvd
Farmstead with water tower
9355 Patterson Pass Road
East County
Barn
21798 Princeton Street
4853 Proctor Road
26 Railroad Avenue
Cherryland
Castro Valley
East County
1925 Period Revival residence
Shingle style residence
Railroad worker housing
30 Railroad Avenue
East County
Railroad worker housing
17272 Redwood Road
19550 Redwood Road
19693 Redwood Road
16005 Rochi Court
1910 farm complex, “Clark’s Wooded Acres”
Craftsman Bungalow
Small concrete block commercial building
Bungalow court
992 St James Court
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
San Lorenzo/
Ashland/Cherryland
Cherryland
23385 Saklan Road
San Miguel Avenue
19083 Santa Maria Avenue
4952 Seaview Avenue
3832 Somerset Avenue
Mt Eden
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
Commercial Building on corner of St. James and
Mission Blvd
1915 grain elevator
Adobe Arts Center
English Cottage
Craftsman residence
English Cottage
766 West Sunset Drive
Sycamore Avenue
San Lorenzo
Spanish Revival residence with water tower
Tree
4 Corners
East County
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
Fairview
Castro Valley
Castro Valley
Classical Revival Farmhouse
Vallecitos Nuclear Center
Strobridge House, Queen Anne
Spanish Revival residence
Castro Village Center
Lone Tree Cemetery
Palomares School Site
Redwood Schoolhouse Site
Castro Valley
Sunol
Castro Valley
Stanton House
Sunol Water Temple
Valley Cathedral at the Crossroads
Castro Valley
Archeological Site—ALA60
15530 Usher Street
6705 Vallecitos Road
21026 Wilbeam Avenue
22588 Woodroe Avenue
Age
Notes
Shows interesting architectural
conventions, like extreme pyramidal roof.
1945
1915
Post-WWI house
Perry family, stucco
May have associations with the neighboring
Alcorn Chicken Ranch property
Barn is not visible from the roadway
1913
Now Murietta’s Well; first floor of winery
building dates to 1913; primary significance
is vine cuttings brought from Chateau
d'Yquem to Livermore Valley
Banchero’s Restaurant
Building may have been extensively
modified
c.1890 Barn was in place prior to 1890, when Hans
Rasmussen Nissen and family purchased
the property
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Specific use related to railroad and town of
Sunol
Specific use related to railroad and town of
Sunol
APN: 84B-590-17-7
Built about the same time as Bungalows
1938
Possible WPA project
Owner claims building has been gutted and
remodeled
c.1915 To the side of San Lorenzo School District
buildings, next to 1904 school site—should
seek Heritage Tree status
1890
1960
1906 CA Pt. of Interest; Prior DPR exists
1949
1870
1868
1866
One of first shopping centers in County
1969
Architect Welton Beckett, now
Neighborhood Church
8,000-10,000 years old Indian village site
State Landmark per Castro Valley General
Plan
Has been moved
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
PROPOSED ORDINANCE ADDING THIRTEEN PROPERTIES TO
THE ALAMEDA COUNTY REGISTER OF HISTORIC RESOURCES
Notice is hereby given that the Alameda County Board of Supervisors (“Board”) will hold a public
hearing to consider an ordinance adding thirteen structures to the Alameda County Register of Historic
Resources (“Register”). The Alameda County Register is an integral component of the Historic
Preservation Ordinance (HPO) that was adopted by the Board in 2012. The HPO addresses the creation,
criteria and procedures for placement and deletion, and actions to be taken by the Board with respect to
the Register. Within the Register there are four designation categories: landmarks, historic preservation
district; contributing resource to a historic preservation district; and structure of merit. Participation in the
Register is voluntary and owner consent is required.
The following properties have been nominated by their property owners for inclusion in the Register.
Address/Assessor’s Parcel Number (APN)
20050 San Miguel Avenue, Castro Valley, CA, APN: 084A010901004
1063 Elgin , San Lorenzo, CA, APN: 080B031900200
463 Kilkare Road, Sunol, CA, APN: 096 021000701
1046 Grove Way, Hayward, CA, APN: 414 008102202
11601 Main Street, Sunol, CA, APN: 096 015500401
22603 Eden Canyon Road, Castro Valley, CA, APN: 085A155000100
341 Kilkare Road , Sunol, CA, APN: 096 021000900
4590 Tesla Road, Livermore, CA, APN: 099 120000300
3646 Cross Road , Livermore, CA, APN: 099A185000105
20554 Forest Avenue , Castro Valley, CA, APN: 084C071301203
16298 Ashland Avenue, San Leandro, CA, APN: 080C048202000
22588 Woodroe Avenue , Hayward, CA, APN: 417 012000200
Proposed Designation
Structure of Merit
Structure of Merit
Landmark
Landmark
Landmark
Structure of Merit
Landmark
Landmark
Structure of Merit
Structure of Merit
Structure of Merit
Structure of Merit
The public hearing on this matter will be held at the following location, date and time:
Alameda County Board of Supervisors
Public Hearing Room
June 3, 2014, Tuesday, 1:00PM
1221 Oak Street, Board Chambers, Oakland
Written comments on the proposed Ordinance may be presented at or before the public hearing to the
Board of Supervisors. If you challenge the decision of the Board of Supervisors on the proposed
Ordinance, you may be limited to raising only those issues that you or someone else raises at the public
hearing described in this notice or in written correspondence delivered at or prior to the hearing.
If you have questions regarding this notice, please contact Angela Robinson Piñon at (510) 670-5400.
CLERK OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS