Historic Preservation Program
Incorporated April 29th, 1892, the City of Redondo Beach is the ninth city officially established in Los Angeles County. Its rich history includes Native American sites, an ambitious working seaport that rivaled the best in Southern California, the beach where surfing was introduced to the west coast, numerous recreational facilities, and oceanfront residences. Redondo Beach is also the oldest city in the South Bay, the southern portion of the Santa Monica Bay coastal area.
By encouraging the protection of historically significant landmarks, our community heritage is preserved. Since 1989 Redondo Beach's Preservation Commission has maintained a register of individual and historic districts within the City.
Commission Meetings are typically held at 7:00 P.M. the first Wednesday of every other month, in the Redondo Beach Council Chambers, 415 Diamond Street. Meetings are broadcast live on Channel 8 to Redondo cable subscribers.
News and Announcements
Mills Act Incentives
Owners have Incentives options such as Redondo's Mills Act Program, a tax incentive program that helps owners of historical buildings preserve their buildings.
View information about, and photographs of, Redondo Beach's Historical Districts including our Local, State, and National Historic Landmarks. Also learn about Heritage Court located in Dominguez Park at 302 Flagler Lane, home to the Redondo Beach Historical Museum and Morrell House.
Click to view "A" Rated structures.