The City of Vacaville Historic District Review Committee was appointed by the City Council to review the potential of an historic district in the Main Street area. The Committee spent five months developing a proposed historic district. The district is intended to serve as a catalyst to encourage economic revitalization of the area. This report includes an overview of Main Street, Explanation of the Historic District Proposal, Proposed Historic Preservation Ordinance and the Proposed Design Criteria..
Comprehensive plan for the improvement of Vacaville. This plan consists of a study of the needs for improvement of the streets of Vacaville, suggestions for the rehabilitation of certain parts of Main Street, the outline of a Subdivision Ordinance, suggestions for a city park, drawings for a proposed combination city hall and fire station, and suggestions for changes in the Zoning Ordinance and parking near Main Street. Submitted by J.H. Hume, Planning Commission Chairman..
1957 Vacaville Area General Plan adopted by the City of Vacaville on August 27, 1957. Adopted by the Solano County Board of Supervisors on October 15, 1957. Prepared by the the General Plan Committee of the City and County Planning Commissions composed of Harold Youngblood, Richard Rowe, Robert Meyer, Blenden Nelson, Don Birrell, Robert Power and Planning Consultant Lawrence Livingston Jr. Topics of this report include: Background of the site and history of development, Basic data of population and growth, Description of the General Plan, methods of carrying out the General Plan, and major assumptions, policies and proposals. [...]
Solano County Economic Development Profile Booklet from 1985 highlighting the advantages of living and doing business in Solano County. A complete overview of county history, governmental structure, employment outlook, agricultural activity, county government officials, shopping, leisure, parks and recreation areas, areas of interest, and vital statistics about Solano County residents. This booklet also includes an impressive array of advertisements from the local businesses of the time..
This report is concerned with the status of historic sites and places located in the Central Solano County Planning Area. which includes generally the communities of Fairfield, Suisun City, Green Valley, Suisun Valley, Rockville and Cordelia. When we use terms in this report such as "the Fairfield area," "the planning area" or "the area" we are actually referring collectively to all of these communities in central Solano County. This report is submitted to the Fairfield City Planning Commission to implement recommendations of the Open Space Plan and ConservatIon Element of the Central Solano County General Plan..
O. E. H. Garlich's Ranch [...]
Official brochure for the 1965 Vacaville Fiesta Days. May 30th thru June 5th 1965. Julius Lehfeldt was General Chairman. The Heritage of Vacaville was highlighted throughout the brochure with rare, historic photographs of the following locations: Downtown Vacaville, Vacaville Union High School, Vacaville Grammar School, Methodist College, Depot Street train station, Buck Fruit Company, and an 1877 map of Vacaville is also included. [...]
This report presents the findings of a survey of cultural resources located within and adjacent to the proposed downtown redevelopment project area in Fairfield. Although there are no definitive project boundaries at this time, the area of potential impact is not to exceed that shown on the map entitled "Cultural Resources Survey Area -- Central Fairfield." The original historic grid of Fairfield lies entirely within the proposed project area, as do annexations of the immediate post-war period (to the north and east) and more recent annexations (to the south and west). The boundaries on the map constitute the extent of the field work associated with this survey. Prepared by: Charles Hall Page and Associates, INC..
Japanese business district on Dobbins St. Mismis Beauty Shoppe to left. West side of street between Kendall and Monte Vista. Torn down in 1944 for Federal Housing project