Proposed Paradise Village Historic District in the Beverly Green Neighborhood
The city of Las Vegas is soliciting responses from property owners within the boundaries of the proposed Paradise Village Historic District, generally bounded by
E. St. Louis Avenue on the north, Van Patten Place on the east, Santa Paula Drive and Sahara Avenue on the south, and Santa Clara Drive on the west. Property
owners will receive a post card from the city of Las Vegas asking if they support or oppose designation of the Paradise Village district on the city of Las Vegas Historic
Property Register, also referred to as “local” designation. Responses will assist the Beverly Green Neighborhood Association and the city of Las Vegas as to whether
to proceed with the designation process. Property owners will receive notification from the city regarding public hearings if the local designation process moves forward.
The city of Las Vegas received funding through the National Park Service Historic Preservation Fund to conduct historic resource surveys of the Beverly Green
neighborhood to determine eligibility for listing on the local or National Register of Historic Places. Based on their findings, the Paradise Village Historic District
is being proposed by the Beverly Green Neighborhood Association as a potential district. Click here for a summary of findings
Complete surveys can be found here:
Beverly Green Survey 2011
Beverly Green 2012
Beverly Green 2013
Please see the link below “Differences between National Register and Local Historic Districts,” for more information about local designation.
Comments from property owners within the proposed district boundaries may also be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Las Vegas Historic Sites Interactive Map
The Las Vegas Historic Sites Interactive Map Tour is now available to view at the city of Las Vegas Maps website.
The map shows the description and a photo of historic properties within the city that are designated on the local, state and National Register of Historic Places. It is best viewed using Goggle Chrome and It can also be viewed with any smart phone and tablet.
Historic Preservation Commission
The city of Las Vegas Historic Preservation Commission oversees preservation activities in the city for buildings, structures and places of historical and architectural significance. It reviews historic designation applications to National Register of Historic Places and city of Las Vegas Historic Property Register. The commission meets every 4th Wednesday of the month at noon. 2015 Historic Preservation Commission Meeting Schedule & Agendas.