PRESERVATION OF HISTORICAL ARCHITECTURAL AND AESTHETIC LANDMARKS

This is Article 10 of the San Francisco Planning Code, titled “PRESERVATION OF HISTORICAL ARCHITECTURAL AND AESTHETIC LANDMARKS.” It contains 140 laws divided across 15 structures.

B
TO ARTICLE 10 - JACKSON SQUARE HISTORIC DISTRICT
C
TO ARTICLE 10 - WEBSTER STREET HISTORIC DISTRICT
D
TO ARTICLE 10 - NORTHEAST WATERFRONT HISTORIC DISTRICT
E
TO ARTICLE 10 - ALAMO SQUARE HISTORIC DISTRICT
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TO ARTICLE 10 - LIBERTY-HILL HISTORIC DISTRICT
G
TO ARTICLE 10 - TELEGRAPH HILL HISTORIC DISTRICT
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TO ARTICLE 10 - BLACKSTONE COURT HISTORIC DISTRICT
I
TO ARTICLE 10 - SOUTH END HISTORIC DISTRICT
J
TO ARTICLE 10 - CIVIC CENTER HISTORIC DISTRICT
K
TO ARTICLE 10 - BUSH STREET - COTTAGE ROW HISTORIC DISTRICT
L
TO ARTICLE 10 - DOGPATCH HISTORIC DISTRICT
M
TO ARTICLE 10 - MARKET STREET MASONRY HISTORIC DISTRICT
N
TO ARTICLE 10 - DUBOCE PARK HISTORIC DISTRICT
1004.
DESIGNATION OF LANDMARKS AND HISTORIC DISTRICTS.
1006.
CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS REQUIRED.

§ A
APPENDIX A TO ARTICLE 10 - LIST OF DESIGNATED LANDMARKS
§ 1001.
PURPOSES
§ 1002.
POWERS AND DUTIES OF PLANNING DEPARTMENT AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION
§ 1003.
HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION
§ 1005.
CONFORMITY AND PERMITS
§ 1007.
UNSAFE OR DANGEROUS CONDITIONS
§ 1008.
COMPLIANCE WITH MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS
§ 1009.
ADVICE AND GUIDANCE TO PROPERTY OWNERS
§ 1010.
PROPERTY OWNED BY PUBLIC AGENCIES
§ 1011.
RECOGNITION OF STRUCTURES OF MERIT
§ 1012.
REFERRAL OF CERTAIN MATTERS
§ 1013.
ENFORCEMENT AND PENALTIES
§ 1014.
APPLICABILITY
§ 1015.
SEVERABILITY