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National Register of Historic Places listings in California

Buildings, sites, districts, and objects in California listed on the National Register of Historic Places:

As of October 16, 2015, there are 2,685 properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the 58 counties of California, including 137 designated as National Historic Landmarks.

Contents: NRHP lists by county 
Alameda - Alpine - Amador - Butte - Calaveras - Colusa - Contra Costa - Del Norte - El Dorado - Fresno - Glenn - Humboldt - Imperial - Inyo - Kern - Kings - Lake - Lassen - Los Angeles (city) - Los Angeles (Pasadena) - Los Angeles (county) - Madera - Marin - Mariposa - Mendocino - Merced - Modoc - Mono - Monterey - Napa - Nevada - Orange - Placer - Plumas - Riverside - Sacramento - San Benito - San Bernardino - San Diego - San Francisco - San Joaquin - San Luis Obispo - San Mateo - Santa Barbara - Santa Clara - Santa Cruz - Shasta - Sierra - Siskiyou - Solano - Sonoma - Stanislaus - Sutter - Tehama - Trinity - Tulare - Tuolumne - Ventura - Yolo - Yuba

Numbers of properties and districts by county

The following are approximate tallies of current listings in California on the National Register of Historic Places. These counts are based on entries in the National Register Information Database as of April 24, 2008,[1] and new weekly listings posted since then on the National Register of Historic Places web site.[2] There are frequent additions to the listings and occasional delistings and the counts here are not official. Also, the counts in this table exclude boundary increase and decrease listings which modify the area covered by an existing property or district and which carry a separate National Register reference number.

Donner Camp, Truckee
Balboa Park, San Diego
County # of Sites
1 Alameda 151[3]
2 Alpine 2
3 Amador 21
4 Butte 27
5 Calaveras 15
6 Colusa 6
7 Contra Costa 45
8 Del Norte 14
9 El Dorado 18
10 Fresno 41
11 Glenn 2
12 Humboldt 53
13 Imperial 12
14 Inyo 17
15 Kern 24
16 Kings 4
17 Lake 7
18 Lassen 7
19.1 Los Angeles: Los Angeles (city) 228
19.2 Los Angeles: Pasadena 125
19.3 Los Angeles: Other 171
Los Angeles: Duplicates (2)[4]
Los Angeles: Total 521
20 Madera 2
21 Marin 43
22 Mariposa 43
23 Mendocino 42
24 Merced 15
25 Modoc 18
26 Mono 5
27 Monterey 58
28 Napa 82
29 Nevada 23
30 Orange 120
31 Placer 32
32 Plumas 5
33 Riverside 69
34 Sacramento 96
35 San Benito 14
36 San Bernardino 65
37 San Diego 142
38 San Francisco 186
39 San Joaquin 35
40 San Luis Obispo 33
41 San Mateo 56
42 Santa Barbara 41
43 Santa Clara 107
44 Santa Cruz 46
45 Shasta 29
46 Sierra 12
47 Siskiyou 18
48 Solano 27
49 Sonoma 66
50 Stanislaus 24
51 Sutter 1
52 Tehama 10
53 Trinity 5
54 Tulare 35
55 Tuolumne 34
56 Ventura 36
57 Yolo 24
58 Yuba 11
(duplicates) (12)[5]
Total: 2,687
Coit Memorial Tower, San Francisco
Old Borges Ranch, Walnut Creek
Old Auburn Historic District

See also

References

  1. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places.  
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions".  
  3. ^ The count for Alameda County includes the USS Hornet which was located in Bremerton, Washington, when first listed on the NRHP in 1991, but was moved to Alameda, California, and opened as a museum ship in 1998.
  4. ^ Arroyo Seco Parkway Historic District runs from Downtown Los Angeles to Pasadena and is included in all 3 Los Angeles County lists.
  5. ^ The following sites are listed in multiple counties: Bandit Rock (Kern and Shasta), De-No-To Cultural District (Humboldt and Trinity), Fages-De Anza Trail-Southern Emigrant Road (Imperial and San Diego), Foote's Crossing Road (Nevada and Sierra), Gianella Bridge (Butte and Glenn), I Street Bridge (Sacramento and Yolo), Lava Beds National Monument Archeological District (Modoc and Siskiyou), Nobles Emigrant Trail (Lassen and Shasta), Russian Village District (Los Angeles and San Bernardino), Shorty Lovelace Historic District (Fresno and Tulare), Sulphur Creek Archeological District (Shasta and Tehama), and Tower Bridge (Sacramento and Yolo).

External links

  • State of California Office of Historic Preservation

National Register of Historic Places travel itineraries:

  • World War II in the San Francisco Bay Area
  • Early History of the California Coast
  • Santa Clara County: California's Historic Silicon Valley
  • Aviation: From Sand Dunes to Sonic Booms
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