Santa Cruz County History - Architecture



State Historical Landmarks for Santa Cruz County

The following list is from the California Resources Agency (ceres) website, February, 2008. For more information about each of the landmarks, go to the Ceres list.

No. 342: Site of Mission Santa Cruz
Location: Plaza Park, NE corner of Mission and Emmet Sts, Santa Cruz

No. 449: Glenwood (Town)
Location: 4171 Glenwood Dr, 0.4 mi N of Glenwood cutoff rd (Martin Rd), NE of Scotts Valley

No. 469: Site of Center of Villa de Branciforte
Location: SW corner of Water and Branciforte, Santa Cruz

No. 583: Felton Covered Bridge
Location: Covered Bridge Rd and Graham Hill Rd, Felton

No. 827: Big Basin Redwoods State Park
Location: Slippery Rock Memorial, Big Basin Redwoods State Park, State Hwy 236 (P.M. 8.7), Big Basin

No. 860: Superintendent's Office
Location: 201 Monterey Ave, Capitola

No. 983: Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk
Location: 400 Beach St, Santa Cruz
**Note: The Boardwalk was approved as a State Historical Landmark on May 26, 1989; the ceremony was held on May 11, 1990. (Source: Santa Cruz Seaside Company)

No. 998: Rancho San Andrés Castro Adobe
Location: 184 Old Adobe Rd, Watsonville

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