The City of Orange Community Development Department in partnership with the Old Towne Preservation Association is seeking qualified interns in the City of Orange Historic Preservation Program. Please see the application form below for more information. Applications are due no later than January 31, 2020 at 4:30 p.m.
The Historic Preservation Viewer* is an interactive map of historic resources in Orange. You can use the viewer to find out if your property is historic or learn more about a specific historic property. * Please note this link may not work on all mobile devices.
The information in the Historic Preservation Viewer is based on the City's 2010 Historic Resources Inventory, adopted by City Council as part of the 2010 General Plan Update.
A historic context statement is a narrative history of a specific theme, topic, or place that provides a framework for evaluating a property's historic significance. The City has developed a number of historic context statements related to early settlements and historical themes that represent historic properties in Orange.
The historic context statements were prepared by historic preservation consultant Chattel, Inc. as part of the 2010 General Plan Update.