HistoricPlacesLA uses Status Codes to denote the designation or eligibility of resources in the inventory, including California Historical Resource Status Codes and others developed by Los Angeles City Planning in collaboration with the California Office of Historic Preservation. The Status Codes are assigned to properties and districts by field surveyors as part of a survey process or when resources are designated as historic. The Status Codes indicate the preservation program or programs (local, state, or national) under which the resource meets riteria for historic designation. Some status codes indicate that a building, site, district, or object is ineligible for historic designation, while others indicate that future research or evaluation is needed.
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