Historic Preservation Commission newsletter, Spring 2014 Historic Connection
Phase II: Huntridge Neighborhood Historic Resource Survey and Inventory
DRAFT: Phase II: Huntridge Neighborhood Historic Resource Survery and Inventory Report
The city of Las Vegas has completed the historic resource survey of the Huntridge Neighborhood Tract 3, which is generally bound by Cottonwood Place and Francis Avenue on the north, Huntridge Circle Park on the west, Norman Avenue on the south, and South Fifteenth Street on the east. The survey builds upon a prior survey of Tracts 1 and 2 completed in 2004.
The survey, which documented 134 single-family homes and Huntridge Circle Park, found that Tract 3 is not eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places as an historic district due to the significant amount of alterations that have occurred to the homes since they were constructed in the early 1940s. The city of Las Vegas plans to conduct further studies of the entire Huntridge neighborhood to determine if other areas are eligible for listing. Please continue to visit this webpage for further information.
For more information about the survey, please click here.
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. 2014 Historic Preservation Commission Meeting Schedule & Agendas.