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AR E A DE S C R I P T I 0 NS ---- ----- -- - --Topography mostly level with some canyons which are , for the most part , highly improved with terraces , shr ubs , etc . Residents are white collar classes , professional men , retired people and business men, artists and writers , with an income range from ~2000 . 00 to ~20 , 000 . 00. Type of construc- tion one and two story frame and fr~~e stuooo, with cost range of ~4000 . 00 to ~20 , 000 . 00 . by ordinance. vacancies. Average age of buildings - 12 years . Building restrictions Approximately 85% developed ; So% home o,vned ; 10% rented ; no Has beautiful vievr of sea and La Jolla. This area is , at present , enjoying some rapid development in the way of beautiful and at:bractive homes . It is easily accessible to all recreational facilities and business district . The area is highly regarded by local residents and there has always been a steedy demand for property in the area . Located in Acquisition and Improve- ment District iil"o. 1 , City of San Diego , Causway, (.IIJattoon Bond District) . A- 2. This area is comparable in every respect to A- 1. A- 3. This area is !mown as l11uirlands . Topography sloping toward the hills , with magnificent view of ocean and La Jolla . Improvements predominantly two story f rame stucco with cost r ange from ~6000 . 00 to ~30 , 000 . 00 . Lots carry deed restrictions as to races , buildings , architectural design , etc . Elevation of the lots runs from 300 to 600 feet above sea level . Contiguous to the area is located the La Jolla , all- grass, 18 hole championship golf course , vdth its attractive Club House . The farthest outlying lots are easily within ten minutes from the La Jolla business district . This is probably one of the most attractive and highest rated districts for large homes and estates in the La Jolla area . Residents are 100~ white , being composed of retired people , pr ofessional and business men and writers, with an income range from ~3~00. 00 to ~50 ,000. 00 per year . Average age of buildings - 8 years . Approximately 15% developed ; 98% owner occupied ; 2% tenant occupied ; no vacancies . ,;,rhatever of any inharmonious influences . o,vnership and are excellently maintained. Acquisiti on & No influx Homes naturally show a high pride of All utilities in. Located in Improvement District No. l , City of San Diego , Causeway, (!f.attoon Bond District) . This area is practically all level , l ying along the ocean and extending east to the foot - hills . Restricted to Cauca sian race . Residents are professional and retired business men, r ange of income from ~;5000 . 00 to $25 , 000 . 00 per year . Average age of buildings - 5 years . Predominantly one and two story frame and stucco , cost range from ~7500 . 00 to ~40 , 000 . 00 . Building restrictions by deed . parking uniformly planted. 20% developed ; 100% owner occupied. Street improvements all in and paid for . known as La Jolla iiermosa_, Uni ts Mo. 1 and 2. high class residential area. Sidewalk Area is H0 mes are all in keeping with '!fell planned subdivision, with l arge l ots aff ord- ing ample room for buildings· without crowding . some view of either ocean or foot- hills . Each lot laid out to aff ord Approximately one and one- half miles to schools and La Jolla business district . In Acquisition & Improvement Dis- t r ict No. 1 , City of San Diego, Causeway, (Mattoon Bond District) . This area is known as Loma Portal . A- 5. It lies approximately four miles from Sa n Diego business district ; the topography going from level to gently sloping and canyons . It is a well designed subdivision and the homes , for the most part , have uniformity of architecture as well as size . The homes are . one and two story frame stucco with cost r ange of' ~3500. 00 to :;.1 30, 000 . 00 . we l l maintained and show high pride 0£ owner ship. paved with all utilities in. They are Str eets are practically all It is a highly regarded district generally, and at t he present time is probably one of the fastest growing ar eas in the City there being much activity in building. Residents are 100/o white , being class- ified as professional men , bus i ness , retired people , naval of ficers , writers and artists , with an income range of ~2500. 00 to ~25 , 000 . 00 . In t his area is located the Point Loma Hi gh School and at the southeast portion of the area is a community business center , serving the needs of the residents . There is no infiltration of any inharmonious influences , this being a high class residential district . Transportation facilities are adequate . average for this Southern California coastal area . No flood hazard , fog condition Probably 65% developed ; 85% home ovmed; 15% rented . A- 6. This ~rea known as La Playa, also includes La Pl aya Highlands , Ironton, Golden Par~ and Csbrillo Terr ace . There have been constructed during the past year , many fine homes , and t he area is highly regarded generally from a residential standpoint . There is no special tax problem and the street bonds are paid and area is protected against detrimental influx o,f commercial uni ts •. 1.- 6 . (Cont) Lots are hill side slopes commanding a magnificent view of San Diego Bay and City. Construction in the area predominantly one and two story homes , ranging in cost from ~3500. 00 to ~50 , 000 . 00 . from ~2500 . 00 to ~35 , 000 . 00 . restrictions by deed . Residents white , with income range of Average age of buildings - 6 ye~rs . Building Accessible to conveniences and transportation. No flood or other hazards ; fog condition average for Southern Califor nia coastal area. A- 7 . Topography high , sloping to the Nor thwest and Southwest , surrounded · by canyons with $Xcellent marine view f r om majority of the home sites. Residents for most part professional , retired and prosperous business men, ,vith income range of ~5000 . 00 upward . The homes are predominantly one and two stor y stucco , Spanish design, with deed restrictions Zone R- 1, single family residences only. Generally considered one ~f the high class districts in San Diego . range of the improvements v 7500 . 00 to w35 , 000 . 00 . years . The cost Average age probably four Approximately 50~ developed ; 100% owner occupied ; no vacancies . blocks to transportation. This area adjoins Presidio Park, which was dedicated and given to the City of San Diego. depression. Seven This area was subdivided just prior to the ruany fine homes were built at that time and at present building has resumed on a fairly large scale . public utilities . All improvements are in and paid fo r . ~11 This area should enjoy high rating for another ten to twenty years . Topography practically level . All of this area lies along and around the Pacific Ocean and Gl orietta Bay , with the exception of that property along Alameda Boulevard , which is directly across from the Coronado Country Club . This is one of the highest class districts in Southern California . The impr ove- ments in the area are predominantiy two story stucco homes , with average age of probably eight years . Approximately 807o developed . ments will run from. ~4000 . 00 to ~100 , 000 . 00 . The cost range of improve- The largest construction in the area and the highest per front foot valuation lies along Ocean Boulevard. In this area there are several homes r anging from f 25 , 000 . 00 to ~100 , 000 . 00 in cost . Along Alameda Boulevard the homes are not quite so pretentious but are of a hi gh type and highly desirable . That por tion lying South and East is also highly desirable and compares favorably with that along Al ameda Boulevard . Residents in this ar ea ar e all white , be i ng grouped as pr ofess i onal , business men, high A- 8 r anking Naval Officer s and retired people . Front foot ve.lue.tions in this (Cont) area vtill range from ~50 . 00 to ~500 . 00 per front foot . is probably from ~•4000 . 00 to ~50 , 000 . 00 . The r ange of income The whole area is easily accessible to all recreational facilities , transpor tation and oity conveniences . This area level but bounded by canyons on the Nor th and Jest. A- 9. It is known as 1,arston Hills and is highly desirable residential district . Inhabitants , professional , retir ed business men; income range ~3500 upwar d. No r acial concentration. ship . Homes are well maintained , show high pride of ovmer- Construction Spanish stuoco ; cost r ange ~5000 to 9 15 , 000 . age - eight years . dwellings . Average Restricted by deed and ordinance , Zone R- 1 , s ingle family Only 75¾ developed ; 20~ rented ; 80~ owner occupied. Close to Junior Hign School , r ecreational facilities , transportation , markets , etc . provements consist of pavements , sidewalks , curbs - all paid for. lighting facilities . No flood or other hazards . special assessments . No serious tax situation. Street imAdequate Fog condition average . No This area has no encroachment of business or apartment houses but adjoins one of the best apar tment house districts in t he City. Topography high and practically level , overlooking a ~lunicipal Golf A- 10. Course in Balboa Park. This small area is one of the most desirable ar eas in the City and compares favorably in all respects with A- 7, and should be classified as a high grade . itants in the area . Approximately 90% developed with a fine class of inhab- Homes about 95~ owner occupied . 'rhis area known as Kensington Heights , Uni ts .l'To. L, II and III. A- ll . Gentle canyons , mesa lands adapted to high class landscaping, almost identical with A- 12 , with the exception that the area is further from transportation and prope r ty not quite so desire.ble as that in A- 12 ; also , this area is in a Road Improvement District , bonded area , which has retar ded development for the past few years . No. I and II are , for the most part , one- story Spanish stucco bunga- lows of six and eight rooms , architectur ally uniform on the level or me sa portion, and on the canyons or rims , the homes are predominantly two- story stucco . two areas are probably 701o developed . These No . III was subdivided with the i dea of larger homes and estates , and the improvements in this area at t his ti.me ar e predominantly large two- story Spanish stucco homes . developed . This area is approximately 15/o All r im lots have beautiful views and canyons are highly developed . Homes are well maintained. Residents and income r ange appr oximately the same as A- 11 (Cont) A- 12 . This area has r ecently been annexed to the City of San Diego . in A-12 . Topography , gentle canyons and mesa lands , adapted to high class landscaping . Canyons considered very desirable for homesites . Re sidents white , with a few of the upper class Spanish families , consisting of Naval Officers , business and professional men and retired people . y3600 up . Income range No ratio of conce ntration ; no threat of infiltration, restricted to the Caucasian race . Type of construction - one and two story Spanish stuccos ~ interspersed with some Engl ish Colonial. Average age approximately five years . Cost range of construction ~4500 to ~60 , 000 . Bu ilding restrictions by deed , ~4000 to ~10 , 000 ; architecturally controlled . Talmadge Park , No s . I, II and III . This area is kn.o,vn as No. I being the older section, which , how- ever , has an average age not to exceed nine years. No. III at present is one of the hottest buildings pots in the City ; there being at the pr esent time approximately thirty- eight new homes building in this area . This area , to- gether with the hatched green area, which is the Northern part of this , has recently been a.nnexed to the City of San Diego . Schoo l s of all types , together with State College , transportation , ma rkets , etc ., easily accessible to this area . Street improvements in and paid for . flood or other hazards . Adequate lighting facilities . r'og condition negligible . generally ; large demand for ren tals . No District highly regarded Approximately 60% developed ; 85% owner occupied ; 151o re nted ; no vacancies . This is similar to A- 12 , but not quite so desirable . A- 13. This area is in Mattoon District, and at this time there is no developr~ent wnatsoever . 1£ and when k attoon situation is settled or cleared up , this area will become very active . This area is known as the El Cerrito area . A- 14. Topography of the land is generally level with slight slopes and sorne canyons. Residents are business and professional people and State College teachers , with an income range of y2400 to ~8000 . Homes , for the most part , are stucco one ' and two stories , well maintained and pride of ownership shown. occupied with probably 5~ rented . They are almost entirely owne r Building restrictions ~3000 minimum. Average co st .of con struction ~3500 to ~10 , 000 . Area fronts on El Cajon Boule- vard , the State Highway to the East ; along which runs a bus line . New State College contiguous to t hi s area , which has been the reason for its rapid development . Homes for the most part have been constructed during the past two or A- 14. (Cont) three years . Approximately 15~ developed , with a large a111ount of development and construction of homes at this time . C~llege . etc . Development moving North toward State All City conveniences in , with under- ground conduits for light wires , No flood or other hazards ; fog condition light . B- 1. This area lies North and East of La Jolla proper and is practically level and only slightly above sea level and is developed approximately 10% with a nice desirable class of homes ; it will not classify as well as A- 1 due to its lo,vness and percentage developed . The r esidents are professional , retired and business men ; income range from v2400 . 00 to ~15, 000 . 00 - all v.ti.ite . of any foreign infiltrat ion. No threat Homes well maintained ., predominantly two stor y stucco ., cost range from ~4000. 00 to ~20 ., 000 . 00 . ordinance ., architectural and r acial . Building r estrictions deed and 90% home owned ; 10% rented . '.'lithin this area is the La Jolla Beach Club with its attractive Club House and Apartments . This is a private club owning its own beach. Flood area - none. Part of the streets are paved. Fog condition not serious due · to prevailing winds . area is known as La Jolla Shores . This There is therein a seventeen acre tract con- taining a lagoon which i s being developed as a harbor for small boats . In Acquisition & Improvement District No . 1., City of San Diego ., Causeway, (Lfuttoon Bond District) . This area is ·located in the nor thwesterly portion of La Jolla., lying B- 2. along the ocean. The topography is level with gentle slopes . It is easily accessible to the business district , playgrounds , schools and beaches of La Jolla . The homes , for the most part , range in age from s i x to twenty- five years . The homes are predominant ly one and two story frame and f r ame stucco built , with a sprinkling of s ome apartment houses and apartment hotels and a few other multiple unit rentals . The cost of construction ranges from ~5000 . 00 to ~20 , 000 . 00 . Residents are 100% white , being retired people , business and professional men , with an income range of ~3000. 00 to ~15 , 000 . 00 per annum. by ordinance and deed . Building restrictions The apartment houses and other multiple income properties in this area do not detract from the residential desirability. most part , show high pride of ownership. ious influences w'aatever . La Jolla. Homes , for the There is no infiltration of inharmon- '1'h is is considered one of the most desirable areas of The beaches which are contiguous to this property are well maintained and under excellent supervision. !ilajority of the lots have a good viev; of the ocean and small park lying along the west edge . Streets are paved ,; all city conveniences are installed ; adequate l ighting facilities . There is no ha zard of f loo d or slides and the fog condition is probably lighter than in other areas along the coast , due to prevailing winds which keep the area fairly clear . Area B- 2. located in Acquisiti on & Improvement District No. 1 , City of San Die go, Cause - (Cont) way , (hatt oon Bond District) . This area located East of the business district of La Jolla . B- 3 . imately 95~ developed . Approx- Homes predominantly one and two story frame and frame stucco construction, ranging in cost f rom ~3000. 00 to ~7500. 00 . Population business men, retire d residents and skilled worlanen , with income range from ~1000 . 00 to ~7500. 00 per annum . f i f teen ye ars . The age of construc t ion is approximately Building restr ictions by ordinance or deed . by 90~ home- owne rs and 10% tenants . No i nfiltrat ion of industrial plants , apartment houses or other multiple units . markets and other city conveniences . a view of parks , ocean, etc . Close to t ranspor tat ion , sch ools , lllost of the area has scenic features with Street i mprovements are in, consisting of cur bs , sidewalks and paving , with adequate light ing facilities . are as . Fog condition average . show pride of ovmership . ly rolling. Houses are oc cupi ed No flood ha zard or low Homes , for the most part , are well mai ntained ; The general topography of the land is level and s l ight- Streets present an attractive appearance . This is i n Acquisition ~ Impro_v ement District l~o. 1 , .City of San .IJiego , Causeway, (.1,.attoon Bond liistrict ) . The probable pr ice of lot s i n this area r ange from 91250 . 00 to .,;i2500 . 00 . Topography of t his area is nearly a ll l evel . all types of professions and are all white . tion. Homes ar e well maintained . Residents embrace nearly No threat of any foreign i nfiltra- Streets attractive and practically al l paved. The home s, for t he most part, are one and two story f r ame and frame stu.cco , with cost range of $3000. 00 to ~10 , 000. 00 . ten years . occupied . Average age of buildin&s appr oximately It is approximately 751o buil t up ; 80% being home owned ; 151o tenant 1iithin t his area there is located the La Jolla High School and La Jolla el ementary school . Area is easily ac cessibl e t o the pl aygrounds , beaches , tennis cour ts , golf course and club and other r ecreati onal faci l ities. There is no floo d hazar d and fog condition is probably lighter than i n other areas along the c oast due to prevai ling wi nds which keep area fairly clear . r esidents f rom ~1500 . 00 to 110, 000 . 00 . ify. Income range of This area is extremely difficult to clas s- I t is in no sense declining but is spotted i n regard t o i ncome gr ouping . The u pper part may lat er be threatened by foreign or lov1er social st rata i nfil tration. I s i n Acqui sition and Impr ovement Distr ict ~o. 1, City of San Diego , Cause- way , (~attoon Bond District ) . Topography level and gentl y sloping. Residents - business men, retired people , professional men and skilled workmen. to ~6000. 100% white population. maintained and attractive . Inc ome r ange from ~1500 . No thr eat of foreign infiltration. Homes well Construction frame and frame stucco , predominantly one and two story , with the larger const ructi on being l ocated near the wate r f ront . Romes enjoy an excellent marine view. Approximate l y 3~ deve loped , with lots ranging f rom ~750 to wl250 with lots along the ocean being much hi gher . The cost range of construction is ~3000 .to ~7500. Average age of homes eight years . ing restrictions by deed · and ordinance . No influx of inharmonious elements . Approximately 90~ home ovmers ; 8% tenants and 2~ vacant . Clo se to schools , transportation, markets , etc . No f lood area . Improvement needs now in. Build- Fog condition lighter than average a l ong the coastal area due to prevailing winds. Due to l ack of restrictions similar to A- 4 ar ea , not quite comparable to A- 4. Locate d in Acquisition & Improvement Di strict No. 1 , Ci ty of San Diego , Causeway , (Mattoon Bond District) . B- 6. Topogr aphy level . Reside nts white , no racial concentr ation. ·Residents white collar classes , i ncome range from ~1500 to ~3000 per year , small business men, re tired and skilled workmen. Predominantly one story homes , f r ame and frame stucco , cost range ~2000 to ~5000 . Average age ten years . develope d; 75fo owner occupied ; 25/o re nted ; no vacancies . Approximate l y 65% Re stricted to r es i dential onl y and at pre sent time qu ite a b it of new building is being constructe d. years . This area should enjoy healthy growth and deve lopment for great many Favorably r egarded generally , proper ty in demand for sale and rental . This area lies along the top of the hill above Ocean Beach , aff ording B- 7. an excellent view of the Paci f ic Ocean and Mission Bay . At present there is con- side r able building ac tivity in att ractive homes which are predominantly stucco , ranging i n cost from ~2500 to ~7500. It is f avorably regar ded gene r ally and the resi dents are all white , with i nc ome range from ~1500 to 95000. i mately 25% deve loped ; being 807o o,vner occupied ; 20~ rented . occasional fogs which are average f or this coast. I t is approx- N0 flood area , Average age of buil dings six years . ti- 8. This area comparable i n all respec t s to B- 7. B- 9. The topography of this ground is highly sloping to the Eas t . I t is populated with professional and business men and some ret ired people i n the white collar classes with range of income from 41800 to probably ~7500. The homes , for the most par t , show pri de of ownership and are fairly well maintained. The average B- 9. Co'st of constr uction i n this area probably <.$ 3500 to ~7500 . It is fai rly well integrated , 40~ developed; 801a owner occupied ; 20fa rented ; no vacancies . ~he conveniences (stores , schools , etc . ) are loc ate d from one to two miles f rom this area . Property enjoys fairly good view and is favo rabl y regar ded generally. building si te s are l arge , climatic conditions exce l lent . i mproved . No f lood hazard, f og conditions aver age . 1 he All streets c ompl ete ly No i nfiltration of inharmon- ious influences and area should enjoy steady growth for many years . This is i n t he La Playa area lying along the East of Rosecrans Boulevard. B- 10 . Street car t ransportation on this Boulevard . Lots in thi s area l ying along the bay are hi gh class and probably among the most de sirable home s ites i n the who le area , being i mproved wi th large two story stucco homes having their own beach and b oating f acilitie s at the ir door . this st rip on the bay. A hi gh salaried class of residents inhabit Just back of t his , acr oss the street, the house s are smaller in construction and average age probabl y f i fteen years , whereas the age of the beach constr uction is six years . This area across the street f rom t he beach l ots is not well i ntegrated and various types of homes ar e contained therein, occupied by a lower social strata of res ident s of the fishing industry and other lower salaried people . This tends to pull down the desirability of the beach l ots from a resident ial standpoint , on account of t he egress and ingress t o subje ct property. All conveniences within easy access of this area . No flood or other hazards , fog average f or this coastal area. Topography ,hi gh , partly level surrounded by canyons . B- 11 . have fine views . ruany of rim lots Res idents of this area white collar professional , retired bus i ne ss men , r ange of income from ,$1500 to 'i1'8000 per year . any inharmonious i nfluence s . No i nfiltrati on of No i nflux of any foreign element . part are well mai ntained and shoV! pride of ovmership. Homes for most The improvement s are one and two story frame and stucco and cost range ~3500 to , i n some i ns t ance s , ~2 5 , 000 with average approximately ~5500 . fami l y dwellings . There is a grade school i n the area but it is not convenient to Junior or Senior High Schools. area . Par ki ng planted to trees . Pr actica l l y all paving paid for . years . Generally re str icted by ordinance to single Street car t ransportation t hr ough cent er of Str eet paved and adequate lighting f acilities . Aver age age of i mprovements probabl y twelve Area apprcxomitely 95% developed ; 7 5% owner occupied , 23% rented ; 2~ vacant . the Ci ty . Approximately ten year s ago t his was consi dered the best district i n At present time it is ouilt up almos t sol i d, except f or some rim B- ll . outlying lots and has reached its peak, giving way to some of the newer districts . (Cont) Still regarded as very desirable place to live . No flood or other hazards . Rentals high ; vacancies nil . Average f og condition. ~o special assessments . No serious tax situation. Topography gentle slope to the .fest. 3- 12 . White collar residents , profess- ional and business men, income range ~1800 to ~3600. no threat of foreign infiltration. ship . Homes well maintained and show pride of owner- Type of construction one and t-No story frame and frame stucco. ly 85% developed . years . No racial concentration and Cost range of construdion ~2000 to i4000. Mostl;y r estricte d to single family residences . quarters of a mile , High Schoo l t wo and one- half miles . f lood·or other ha zards. Fog condition average . tax situation' adversely effects this area . Approximate- Aver age age ten Grade schools threeF'ew streets paved . No special assessments . lfo No Homes are for the most part rather slow selling , due to the type of lots , but area as a whole fair l y well regarded fro~ home standpoint . from ~4000 to ~25,000. tions . In this area there is a small district with homes rang ing Mostl y two story. Ave rage age t-#elve years . No restric- The range of income of the professional, retire d and business men , runs f rom ~3000 to 915 , 000 per year . This area is highly regarded but as a whole is spotted , running from small homes with low salarie d white collar residents to large pretentious homes and estates occupied by resident s of' the higher professional and business classes with large incomes . Topography practically level , high point forty- two feet above sea level. B- 13. This area is populated with a class of residents practically all white , of the lower salaried white collar classes , semi- professional men , small business men, skilled worlonen , naval officers , etc ., with income range from ~2000 to ~6000. per year . T1tl.e homes for the most part are one story frame a.nd fra..'lle stucco , with a sprinkling of two story residences , apartment houses , multiple unit income , etc ., which do not de t ract from the residential feat ures of t he area . of constructi on will range from ~1800 to ,:.,5000. ~he probable cost In this area is located the park , library, business center , schools and all other city conveniences . Along Orange Avenue the electric railway r uns f rom the fer r y to the far famed Coronado Hotel which is l ocated i n the extreme southwest portion of the area . Approximately 80Jo developed with probab ly 70% owner occupied ; 25.% tenant occupied and 5% vacant o There are no flood or other hazards , fog condition average for Southern California coastal area . There are no special assessments and the city taxes are vl . 24 per B- 13. (Cont) ~100 valuation. This area is very desirable and also in active demand by Naval Offi cers on North Isl and , which is just one mile across Spanish Bi ght and is connected to North Island by bridge . The rentals in the area are high and a good return is realized from inves tment in these properties . Topography generally level , bounded by canyons . B- 14 . classes , busine ss men , clerks , etc. centration. Resident s white collar Income range ~2500 to ~6000. No threat of foreign infiltration. No racial oon- Home s show pride of ownership. C'I Construction type ; frame and stucco bungalows . Average age approximately ten years . Cost r ange i3500 to w7500 . Restricted to ~esidences by ordinance . Accessible to t ranspor tation , city conveniences , recreational facilities . in and paid for . Li ghting adequate . Valley about one mile north of A- 9. cost of ~5000 to ~10, 000 . Paving This area lies on the south rim of k ission 75fo built up - a very few houses built at a Lots sell i ng fo r ~1250 to y2500 . No flood or other hazards ; fog condition average . Simi lar i n topography and comparabl e in every respect to B- 14 . B- 15. This area lies adjacent to A- 9 and highly desirable from a residential standpoint. This area comparable to B- 20 in all respects excepting that the western B- 16. part of this area has a larger portion of ~wo- story homes than the balance of the area , and is a shade higher in grade . This area compares i n all respects and is almost identical to B- 18 . B- 17 . In the Ea stern portion of t his area was developed approximately five years later than the ,festern portion. imately i4000 . The average cost of construction in this area is approx- There is a good class of residents in this area and there is no threat of foreign infiltration , and no racial concentration. The topogr aphy is level and favorably r egarded locally, and at the present time there is considerable development here . This area comparable in almost all respects ; residents , buildings , con- B- 18. veniencies , etc ., with B- 19 . Topography generally level . B- 19 . men. Residents profess iona l and retired busine ss Income range from ~2000 to ~6000 . - no racial concentration and no threat of foreign infiltration. H0 mes gene r ally well maintained with an average age of from ten to twenty years . Approximately 90% developed ; 7570 owner occupied ; 23,~ tenants ; 2% vacant . Eas ily accessible to schools, transportation, markets , etc . Type of construction is one and two story frame and frame stucco , with a cost range B- 19 . (Cont) from w2500 to v8000. Porti on of the area r e s t ricte d as to building. or other hazards and only light fog conditions . No flood No special assessmen ts . 'l'his area is gene rally knovm as South Park and mostly developed around 1920 i n the Southern portion , wi th the Northern portion developed since that time . Close to the down- town business area and still desirable from a residential standpoint. This is an area similar in some respect s to B- 21 . B- 20. and canyons . mesa lots . Topography is mesa Canyon lo t s are developed with a better type of i mprovement than Residents are clerks , mechanics , smal l business men , with an income range of from ~1500 to ~2500. of ownership. Homes fairly well maintained and show fair pride Average age of improvements approximately fifteen years , with a cost range of from ~1500 to v5000 ; predominantly one story frame and stucco . No building restrictions except by ordinance. Percentage of mexicans i n this area larger than in B- 21 ; no racial con centration, however . 65% developed ; 60~ owner occupied ; 40~ tenant ; no vacancies . Area approximately I ts classification in all other respects , together with·conveniences , etc. , compar able to B- 21 , but would have a somewhat lower rat i ng t han B- 21 , probably s hould be cla ssified as This area is known as Kensington Par k and Kensington Annex. B- 21 . an older area than either A- 11 or A- 12. in t he area. This is Topography , level with one s hallow canyon Residents f or t he most part are retired , pro f essional and business men , etc ., with an income range from .,p2500 to ..,5000 ; no racial concent ration. Ar ea practically 100;<> white , with a few Spanish families of high sooial strata in the area . H0 mes for the most part are well maintained . Type of construction predominantl y one story f ra~e and stucco bungalows , with some two story h omes in the area. Average age of buildings approximately f ifteen ye ars , with a cost range of ~2500 to !i.$6500 . Building restrictions by deed . owner ; 15~ tenant ; n o vacancies . Present 95}~ develope d , 851 0 All schools , fr om kindergarten through Senior Hi gh Sch ool , i n easy access of area , with State College approximately two and onehal f miles East of area. Transportation facilities , sma ll park , public library , mar kets and other c onveniencies in the area . mostly paid for . Street i mprovements are in and 1'h.ere is a small remaining road i mprovement district bond on the prope rty , however , t he remaining bale.nee is so small that i t is not a detriment to the area . No f lood or other hazar ds ; f og condition is very light . This area is in the Ci ty of San Die go and is a very popular district; property always in demand in this area . B- 2 2. The toposrap hy of land ; gent le slope to the 11est. area is known as tledland Gar dens . fessiona l people . ~astern portion of n'hite collar classes; business men and pro- Income range v2000 to ~6000 . Average age of constru ction approxim ately eight years , with a cost range of from v3000 to v6000 . Homes well maintain ed , approxim ately 5070 develope d ; 8010 owner occupied ; 20,~ tenant . i..ajority of' l ots in area have fro ntage of seventy- five feet . Archite ctural conf'ormi ty not as good as in .a- 14, nowever , a desirl;\b le area . is known as M9ntecell o . The .. es tern portion It conforms in topograp hy to the .!!;astern portion, but is populate d with people of a lo,,er income range , probably averagin g around vl500 . Some homes , many of cheap constru ction. in this ,,astern area -.}2500 . Probably average cost of constru ction Mo building restrict ions . It is a desirabl e area for the small home owner , and there is activity at this time in constr uction, and can be designa ted as a low blue , as against a high blue of the ~astern portion . at the Southea stern point of the ~astern portion of 3- 22 is a small tract known as .lilontemar- Vista. from 1:orth to South. n It is a small area of two blocks . Land sloping lhe average cost of construc tion is approxim ately .,, 3500 . most of the homes having been recently oonstruc te a . It would probably take the same rating as A- 14 , were it not for the fact that it is South of ~l Cajon Bouleva rd , which as a rule has a lower type of developm ent than the property North of El Cajon; and also becaus e of heavy paving bonds which have retarded sales . B- 23. This area is improved approxim ately 2510 . Topography level with gentle canyons in the ~ast . tlesiden ts white collar classes , clerks , skilled me chanics and small business men. ~lGOO to v2500 . ship. Income range Homes for the mo st part well maintain ed and shov pride of owner- Typical improvement s for the area one story Spanish Stucco , five to six room bungalow s, probable average constru ction cost "'3500. adverse tax situatio n in the area . Paving all i n . 1,0 ~fell integrat ed and property desirabl e and were it not f or the surroun ding areas property would be classif ied as an "A" area . Approxim ately 50" develope d ; 951~ owner occupied ; 510 tenant occupied ; no vacancie s . There has been a greet deal of building activity in the area during the past eighteen months . No flood or other hazards . Very little fog . C- 1 . This is one of the oldest sections in La Jolla , and is comparatively level , lying some twenty or thirty feet above sea level. It borders the business district and a "colored" area , (D- 1) on the north a.11.d northeast , whil e on the east and southeast it is adjacent to the La Jolla Country Club . It might be ter med the t radesman section, as many of the local merchants and their clerks l ive in this area . It is extremely spotted, some of the houses of very ordi nary frame construction, while others are well- built and of good design . l"or two or three blocks near the Countr y Club the houses are of good t ype and are well maintained , showing a high degree of pr ide of ownership. f r om ,;i,1000 to ~7500 . The cost range is The homes are largely one- story frame cottages and frame- stucco, and range in age up to fifteen years . There is no racial concentration and it is conveniently located as to schools . Stre ets are all paved and lighted and it is close to trnns- portation , markets and other city conveniences . t here is a good view of the ocean. From some parts of the area This is in Acquisition Improvement Dis - trict No. 1 , City of San Diego, Causeway (rli.attoon Bond District) . C- 2. Topography is level , s l ope toward foothills on the east and north . Residents - business men, skilled laborers and few retired people . a slight i nfiltration of :tviexicans , palance of population white . no threat of any excessive i nfil t rat ion of Mexican element . pride of ovmership. There is There is Homes. show :ffair Cost r ange of construction f rom \Pl000 to i 5000 , predom- inately one- story fra.me and f r ame stucco , with few t wo- story houses . this area is located the San Diego Army & In Navy Academy , and elementary schools . The area is knovm as Pacific Beach and while it enjoys good soil and climatic conditions and fairly desirable marine view, it has been in a more or less static c ondition for years and has neve r been highl y regarded as a residential area by l ocal r esidents of San Diego . Transportation fa cilities only fair . Recreational and other conveniences are in the area, but in some cases more or le ss isolated . There is no unfformity of architectural design or si ze of construction a.YJ.d it is approximate l y 257~ deve loped, 65/o home- owned , 25% r ented and l0io vacant. Area is in Acquisition & Improvement District No. l City of San Diego , Causeway, (r.iattoon Bond District) . This ar ea i s known as Mission Beach. C- 3. It is a str ip of sand l ots , 2½ miles of peninsula, r unning north and south between Pacific Ocean, with beach the entire length and Tudssion Bay State park on the east . has ave r age approximate width of f our blocks . This area It is a typical Southern Cali. - fornia beach community wi th no uniformity of buildings or restrictions . Const ruction costs range from ~1000 to an extreme in a few instances of J l5 , 000. Lots are small and hous es are crowded. high and fair l y low during winter months . probably 40%. Rents dur i ng the summer are Percentage of owner - occupied is It is probably 80% developed . fhe San Dieg o Electric Railway runs t hrough the center of this area , along Lission Boulevard . Along this boulevard there are houses and business buildings of al l descriptions . At the south end of the area the homes are more uniform and of better quality than the balance of t he area. Just n orth of this part is the amusement center , which was constructed at a cost of approximately ~3, 500 , 000 . is restricte d t o the Caucasian race . ~350 to ~2000. The area ln.e present price of lots ranges from The winter population during the past year averaged 2500 ; sum.~er 5000 and more . Vari ous clubs , community club house for women, Parent Teacher Ass ' ns . etc . are located in the ar ea . As a recreati onal center and bathing beach it is consi dered excellent by l ocal resi dent s . not so highly desirable f rom a home standpoint. However , it is All paving and sewe!! as sess- ments are paid f or and there remains a two- year bal ance on sea- wall assessments , which average s approxL~ately ~12 . 50 per lot per ye ar . liesidents consist of all c lasses of lowe r salaried white - collar workers , some business and professional men. Probable range of i ncome of r e sidents from ~1000 to, ~1800 per year , with a f ew in higher brac kets . This area comprises the mai n part of Oce an Beach and part of i t s western section bor ders the Pacif ic Ocean and it rises to c ons ide rable height in its eastern part . The area is transversed by several canyons . Residents l argely of the laboring class with a sprinkling of business men and white- col lar workers . The i ncome range is f r om 91000 to ~3000. Cost of construction r uns f r om ~1000 to $5000 and the houses are l ar gel y one and two- story f r ame and stucco . In some parts of the area buildings are restricted by or dinances . Average development approximately 35ft, being 851o in that portion adjacent to the business section , with ve r y litt le habitation in the s outhwest and central portions . .1,lany of t he St r eets ar e paved and lighted , with lit tle or no improve - C- 4. ( Cont) ments in the sparsely settled sections . from many points in this area . There is a beautiful view of the sea There is no tax problem. Schools and other conveniences are within or close to the populous sections . This area adjoins A- 5 on the north and west and .in topography, etc . C- 5. is comparable to A- 5. It is only abo~t 5fo· developed and is in a static con- dition at this time with no prospect of any rapid development i n the near future . The homes in the distric t are of a fairly desirable character being two- story stucco. Hillside slopes . C- 6. Lots command nice view of San ~iego Bay. Area is V an attractive subdivision. Homes for the most part stucco , one and tv10- story. Ave rage cost range of construction approximately ~2500 to w4000 . Area is sparsely settled and only fairly attractive from the home standpoint at this time . Average age of bui l dings - 10 years . fishermen. Part of the residents are Portuge se Interspersed in this area are some small houses of a cheap con- struction class which lower the desirability of the area from the home- standpoint. ship. paved . Property generally well maintained , showing reasonable pride of ownerApproximately 60% owner- occupied , 40~ rented . Streets for the most part, No flood hazard , average fog condition for Southern California coast. C- 7. This area is comparable in every respect to C- 6. C- 8. Topogr aphy generally level , but cut with two or three large canyons north and west , steep slope on rim. w-l'J:i.ite- collar classes, business men and high salaried clerical, income range from ~1200 to ~5000 . about ~2500 . tion . No racial concentration. Probably average A slight threat of foreign infimtra- Hornes generally well maintained and show fair pride of ownership. Typical homes are f r ame bungalows , with some older two- story home s and some stucco . Cost range ~2500 to ~7500. Gene rally restricted by ordinance to residential houses , except on business streets . Some encroachment of business and apartment houses , on these thoroughfares , Grade and gunior High Schools in the area , good transportation facilities . Tnis area lies north and north- west of Balboa Park. facilities . area . .:.t ost streets paved and paid for , adequate lighting This area is kno,vn as the Hi l l crest and western University Heights It is one of the be s t of the older districts but definitely declining . I t is good close- in pr.operty in the path of the gro,vth of the city. As a residential area it is being replaced by new and more highly restricted districts . No flood or other hazards . 1'' og condition average . area mi ght be classed as ''high yellow" . Most of t his Topography level and sloping , some canyons . C- 9. Re sident s white- collar classes , prof essional , retired and business men , with income range from ~1000 to probably $6000 . No irmnediate threat of f oreign infiltration. Pride of ownership in this area as well as maintenance of homes is spotted . type of construction is two- story frame , ol der style . years . The average Average age is 20 to 25 Area has various zones with practically no building restrictions . Portion o·f this area is desirable wh ile other portions less desirable . as a whole is spotted. Ar ea 1'here is a scattering ef shops , apartments in the area and a definite trend towar d multiple dwellings . approximately one mile . High school and grade schools Good transportation facilities within the area . Balboa Park adjoins on the east . No f l ood or other hazards . one of the first residential districts in San Diego . •rhis area was Nithin 10 or 15 years after colll.t~encement of the district , the hill section was one of the h i gh- class distr i cts in the city . Due to lack of restrictions and orcinances , cheaper improvements and infiltration of apartments , roomi ng houses , etc . lowere d the class of the property. Some of' the best apartment houses in the city in the area but there are many of the medium or lower grade . The district definitely declining from a residential standpoint. This area lies along the Bay and is a desirable district . C- 10. However i n this area is located the servants quarters or the colored population of Coronado . There is considerable building going on at this time and were it not for the colored population and a dump at the northeast portion of the area , same would be classified as a blue area and comparable to 3- 13. It is absolutely desirable with exception of t he facts ·as set out above and it is necessary for this exclusive city to have such an area . In all other _res pects it compares favorably with B- 13. Topography practically level . C- 11 . Inhabited for the most part by lower salaried white - collar classes , mechanics , laborers , etc . range of i ncome ~1000 to w2000 pe:r year . Probable Re side nts mostly white with some !~ xican families , al though no racial concentration of any of this latter element . Property fairly well maintained . Area is spotted . are very attractive with more or less uniform homes of four to others poorly i ntegrated . three to six rooms . Some blocks six rooms ; Typical improvements of the area - one - story Range of construction cost from '11'1400 to ~~3500. age approximately 15 years . Average Accessible to transportation, sch ools , markets . No tax si tuation adversely affects the area . The area compares to G- 15 . C- 11 . Practic ally all streets paved. (Cont . ) average . l,o flood or other hazards . Pog conditio n Topograp hy high , land sloping to the west overlook ing San Viego C- 12 . City. This is a close- in area , residen ts beins of the business and profess i onal classes , with income range of .,,2000 to v6500 . threat of foreign infiltra tion . ..,o No racial concent ration. Homes fo r most part we ll maintain ed. The typical homes of t his area are one and two- story fr_ame with some stucco. age - 25 years . Cost ran0 e of constru ction ~3000 to ~25 , 000. Average 'his is one of the older areas of the city and there is an i nflux of apartme nt houses , courts and other multiple dwelling s . It is still cons idered very desi rable from a residen tial standpo int , but is definite ly declinin g . street lighting all i n and paid for . situation . ren ted . Street improvem ents and ~o special assessme nts , nor adverse tax 'l'he area approxim ately 98;o develope d ; 7010 being ovmer- occupied , 3010 It is well located , being close to municip al golf course , Golden Lills plaJgrou nd and do,·mtown shopping ce nter . 1~0 flood or other hazar ds . li'og conditio n is ave rage . C- 13. Tc., ography , eastern portion , level and rollin5 • badly cut up with canyons . skilled mechani cs . 11estern portion Residen ts white- collar , r etired business men , Income range .,,,1500 to coming in to southern portion . ..,sooo. A few better class J..e:xican s Homes fairly well maintain ed and the average of improvements is from 15 to 25 years , mostly frame and f rame- stucco with a cost range of from vl500 to v7500. This area usually known as Brooklyn Heights , is approxim ately 8.5% develope d ; 80;o oYmer-oc cupied , 181 tenant and 2,o vacant . 0 Transpo rtation faciliti es and convenie nces accessib le , ample school faciliti es . This is one of the older areas of the city and there is an infiltra tion of small busines s , apartme nt houses and multiple dwelling s . from a residen tial st andpoin t . C- 14. It is definite ly declinin g; No flood or other hazards , li t}'lt fo 0 conditi ons . This area is compara ble to C- 13 as to topograp hy and reside nts . I mprovemen ts , for most part , one- story frame and stucco bungalow s , although there are many small poorly planned homes , which lowers the grade . Hesident s for t1ie most part are whi ta- col lar classes with an income range of· from ~1200 to v2400 . No flood or other hazards , vlith only light fog conditio ns . C- 14 There is s·ome influx of multiple residences and small apartment houses in the (Cont ) northern portion of the area . It is ideally locat ed as t o all conveniences including theatres , stores , transportation , etc . Topogr aphy level with a f ew sha llow canyons . C- 15 This area is only slight ly lower than 3- 16 and in practically all respects similar to i t . The homes are r..ot quite so well i ntegr ated . what lower i n social str ata than in B- 16 . and area not quite so desirable . Some of the residents are someHomes not quite so well ma intained However, area is favorably r egarded and its classification i n relation to B- 16 would probably rate as high yellow, as against a low blue for B- 16. This area is comparable to C-11 and C- 15 in every respect . C- 16 . as East San Di ego . It is known Bus ine ss area extends all along El Ca jon Boulevard and along Univers i t;t Avenue . This area is leve l and slightly rolling , with s ome canyons . C- 17. portion of the ar ea more desirable than the eastern. The western Re stricted to whites and also building restricti ons wi th minimum of ~2500 . Cost r ange of constr uc- tion ~r2500 to ~3500 . Homes f or the most part Range of i ncome ~1000 to ~1800. show f air pride of ownership and f airly we ll maintained. architectur a l des i gn is Spanish stucco . The predominat ing No special assessments . The eastern portion is more or less compar able to the west portion with t he exception that the home s are less pretentious in construction and do not conform to type as well and resident s of s ame are of a somewhat lowe r socia l str ata than western portion . In all other r espec t s compares favor ab ly to western portion . a whole accessible to t ransportation, mar kets , schools , etc . streets graded , few paved. C- 18 . No flood or other hazards . Topography l eve l and small canyon. with average income not exceeding ~1500. Most of the Fog condition light . Resi dents for the most pa rt white Homes are not wela i ntegrated and no confor t1i ty as to style or desi gn has been carried out in this area . buil ding restrictions l Area as No Average age of constr uction around 12 years , with average construction cos t of about w2500 . This area does not h ave the desir- able features of' B- 22, but i n topogr aphy is comparable . Homes do not show the care and mai ntenance of those i n any portion of B- 22 . C- 19 . This area c ompa res in al most every r espect with C- 16 except i n topography , which is level and deep canyons . Home s generally not quite so desirable as in C- 16 and f or t hat reason it would probably take a slightly lower classification than C- 16. This is a small subdivision. C- 20 . not paved. Topography slightly rolling . Streets Owing to heavy 11a.ttoon assessments the area is very sparsely se ttled and probably should not have been graded at all , however , it is a sightly little area and wo'lilld probably develop along favorable lines if heavy Iuat·lioon assessments were not against the property. This area lies along El Cajon Blvd . east of .A,-14 or the State Co l lege C- 21. area . Sparsely built up with more or less attr active homes cf approximately . four to seven rooms , certain portions of the area , especially along El Cajon Blvd. are quite desirable . The eastern portion is in a 1iattoon district , which fact has more or less retarde d development . In the eastern portion the topog- raphy of the land is level and slight ly roll i ng with a f ew canyons . Building for the most part is concentrated along El Cajon Avenue with a few small settlements north of El Cajon. Even in face of the ;,,attoon situation, the area is favorably regarde d and has had some recent development . The resident s are fo r the most part all whi te people, belonging to cler ical group, mechanics , semi- profess ional and small- business men , with an income range f rom ~1500 to ~2000 . The probable cost range of improvements will run from ~1500 to v3500. 1 Bus line runs along El Cajon Blvd . Very small portion of area is restric t ed as to building and f or that reason there is no real uniformity as to architectural de sign. Ce rtain portions of area are rest ricted by deed t o a single .f amily dwelling , with building restr ictions of '!l3000 minimum. 'l'his is a dif'ficul t area to classify as it is hard to say just what development will take place and what type of development in the i mmediate future . ,lere t he Mattoon situation 1 adjusted , the area would in all probability deve l op quite rapidly . However , El Cajon Blvd . has definitely declined from a residential standpoint as this street is being improved with small businesses . There is no flood or other hazards . condition light for this whole area . C- 22 . Topography high , hillside , rolling and canyons. This area of the Encanto di st ric t is more desirab le f rom a home standpo i nt than D- 10 in that it is higher and generally has more unifor m and better type of i mprovemen ts . Residents are of higher social s trata with i ncome range from vlOOO to v2000. Typi cal homes in this area one story f rame , 5 to 7 r oom, with few two- story homes . rlefore the r;,attoon assessment was placed upon this area , i t was the cho ice spot of the whole Encanto district . However , due to cheap price of lots , no real confo rmity as to design and type of i mpr ovements was carr ied out. Area is also spotted with small _ch icken ranches and other agricuttural pursuits . Hi gh and sightly it commands e good marine view. A f ew _of the streets are paved. All und er 1,at t oon assessments . At present no deve lopment whatever , nor .has there been for some years , due to the filattoon assessments . :r·og This area is knovm as the servants ' quarters of La Jolla , being D-1 . populated vrith the serving class of whites , negroes and ...exicans. ,;hile populated with this lower social strata, the area is considere d good security for conservat ive l oans . The area co,~,prises approxima tel;y six blocks and is located i n the northwest portion of La Jolla , within easyvalki ng distance of the business oenter of La Jolla. This area is located in hcquisiti on and Improvement District tlo. 1 , City of San iliego , Causeway (Mattoon Bond .1Jistrict) . The hones are predomin antly one- story frame cottages , ranging in age from 8 to 30 years ana the probable cost of construct ion is from ~750 to ~2000. Homes show little pride of ownership . The particula r area is set aside by common consent for the colored populatio n. paved , with sidewalks and curbs . The majority of the streets are Street lighting adequate . '.l'here is located in tais area , in addit ion to the residenti al homes , two lumber yards and one iceplant . l>- 2. 'l'he area is 9570 developed ; 55% rented , 4010 home- owned. This area constitut es what is known as "Old '.1:own 11 anc.l that describes it quite well . It is the oldest section of the city and many of the houses are more than fifty years old . .d.esidents are of a nondescri pt t;ype , comprisin g every element of the lower social strata. 'fher e is a certain glamour to this section on account of its age and associatio ns . l'he widely kno,vn Ham ona ' s -arriage Place with its ,fishing .. ell is located in this area and is a Great attractio n to tourists . '.l'he area lies on a flat along the San uiego rtiver which transvers es it. A steep bluff bounds it on the east. ,,,any of the houses have but little or no value and but few residents have incomes of more t han ~1000. It would be an extremely hazardous area in which to make loans although there is some new construct ion in the northeast section. Transport ation facilitie s are good and many of the streets are paved and lighted. 'I'here are no tax problems in t hi s area . D- 3. 'l'opography level and sloping, some canyons . workers , and fishermen . of I talians in the area . Income range ~750 to vl 800. Residents : laborers , factory There is some concentra tion Idaintenan ce and pride of' ownership is nil . construct ion old style frame houses , cost- range . 1200 to y3000 . years . 1\Io building restricti ons . b5,~ rente d, 11 0 vacant . Average age : 25 Approxim ately 80/a developed ; 30/o owner- occupi ed ; ;.1.n ere is an infiltrati on of industria l plants , small shops , st or es , etc . scattered t hroughout the area . ation facilitie s , car and bus- line . ~og condition average . Type of Grade school one- half mile . 6010 st reets paved. No special assessmen ts . Transport - ~,o flood or other hazard . ~o tax situation affects this area. Thi s area is one of the oldest part~ of the city, being inhabited D-4. (Cont) by various types of residents running from ,..exicans in some parts of the area to.more or less all white in other parts . There is an influx of small industrial plants and businesses , apartment houses and other multiple dwellings , also many cheap rooming houses . 'l'he area is definitely hazardous . to the west and overlooks the city. It slopes It is close - in and from a cheap rental standpoint, to certain types of residents , is more or less in demand . a rather spotted area . Typical i mprovements are one and two story old style frame houses , many apartments , rooming houses , etc . other hazard . It is Fog condition average . 'l'here is no flood or Transportation, markets , churches , schools , etc . accessible to the area. Topography generally rough , \vith many canyons . lJ- 5 . desirable spots . Howeve r , sorr:e liesidents , for the most part, workmen and laborers , with some clerks and other white- collar classes . rlange of income w900 to ~2500 . In the midd le southern portion a great many fuexicans with a definite t r end of inf iltration of this element. of ownership shown. Average age of' improvements is from 10 to 25 years . range \,(1000 to v2500. restrictions . Homes are not well maintained and little pride Predominantly one- story frame and stucc o. Transportation facilities poor. Cost building lfo •his area , except in the south- western portion is not developed , and not likely to be fo r a long time . adjoins the southeast portion . 11 fuattoon .i.iistrict 11 • Cemetery Entire southern portion of the area is in a Street i mprovements only in southwestern portion. Area probably 20/o developed ; 40;¼ owner- occupied ; 5510 rented and 5'.to vacant. Topography level , sloping to the west and south, north and east D- 6. portions broken by canyons . North portion occupied by mixed races , colored , uexican, lower salaried white raoe , laborers , etc . to ~1500 . Range of income ._j750 Racial concentration of colore d fraternity . Homes show only slight degree of pride of o~-nership and on the average are negligently maintained . 1 ypical construction one story frame . Ave rage age 25 years . Cost range vl450 to ~3000. Approximately 90~ deve loped; 50fe owner- occupied ; 50~ rented ; no · vacancies . Easily accessible to transportation, schools , markets , and other conveniences . or other hazards . Portion of this area in uiatto on ...;istrict. Fog condition average . All streets paved . No flood Southern D- 6. portion compares in almost every instance with that of the north portion of (Cont) D- 6, with the exception of N..attoon assessments , which do not affect southern portion of this area . Southeastern portion is not as heavily populated as northern portion and some ground not so desirable as majority of the balance of the area. This area known as East San Diego and Lexington Park. D- 7. level , toward the southern portion many canyons . of smal~ homes , 3 to 5 rooms . Topography Poorly integrated district No conformity as to architectural design. Average of improvements apt'roximately 10 years , with cost- range of construc tion from ~1000 to w2500 . Lower salaried white - oollar classes , naval personne l , laborers , etc . with income range of 1900 to ~1500. of any foreign elem.ant . There is no concentration However , many !'11.e xicans scattered throughout the area . Northern part of the area more desirable than southern , account of t ransportation , city convenQences , etc . to that in south. Also topography of land superior in the north Area is very spott ed - some blocks being fairly uniform and others poorly developed with all types of homes . Fog condition light . Rentals lower than C- lo. rlo flood or other hazards . Most of the eastern portion of the area in Mattoon District . Topography badly cut up by canyons . D- 8. white and ~exican. Homes poorly maintained. shacks and small houses . Residents low salaried classes Typical i mprovement s one- story Cost range ~600 to ~1500. Heavy Mattoon assessments in this area . Approximately 15~ deve loped . No f lood or other hazards . Average fog condition. This area compares to D- 8 in all respects . However , approximate ly 25~ developed with residents have a range of income from v900 to vl500. poorly integrated . Typical construction one story small house , range of con- s t ruction cost .,,1000 to , .>1500. Light f og condi ti.on . Area In i\!attoon District . No flood or other hazards . Prac t ically all houses i n the area occupied , - 60;o home - owners; balance tenants . This area rolling, hilly , many canyons. D- 10. Sparsely settled. The homes as a rule are small but no confor mity whatever to type and show little pride of ownership. This is due to heavy til.a t toon Assessment in most of the area , which has retarded the growth and development for several years . ...~esi- dents lower salaried classes , mostly whites and ulexicans with small earning capacity. The land was originally subdivided and sold off in very cheap lots D- 10 . and much of the area wss used for small chicken and rabbit ranches , etc . The (Cont) approach to the area is also detrimental to its future development as a good district . If the kattoon situation did not exist in this area , it would be possible to pick out certain small districts that would probably take a higher rating than is herewith shown. H0 wever , the general attitude of local lend- ing agencies is that the whole ar ea is hazardous regardless of ~.attoon assessments . No flood or other hazards . fog condition very light, Portions of the area more or less r emote from transportation and other conveniences , while other portions are fairly close to transportation , market , etc . ~he small tovm of Bncanto havi ng a sn1all one- street business area of two or three blocks is also located herein. Soi l is for the most part adobe .