Historic Districts

Lincoln Park Historic District

A National Register of Historic Places historic district as well as both a State and Local historic district. This was the first historic district created under Pomona’s 1995 Historic Preservation Ordinance which provides for the designation of historic sites and districts within the city of Pomona. The district is the second largest historic district in the nation with over 150 individual homes included. The district includes homes built from the 1880s to 1945 and includes Victorian, Craftsman, Spanish/Mediterranean, Tudor, and a variety of transitional styles.

Wilton Heights Historic District

A Local historic district created under Pomona’s 1995 Historic Preservation Ordinance. The district, to the west of Lincoln Park, includes homes built from the 1880s to 1945 and includes Victorian, Craftsman, Spanish/Mediterranean, Tudor, and a variety of transitional styles.

Hacienda ParkĀ Historic District

A Local historic district created under Pomona’s 1995 Historic Preservation Ordinance. The district includes homes built from 1880s to 1945 and includes Victorian, Craftsman, Spanish/Mediterranean, Tudor, and a variety of transitional styles. This district, bisected by the I10 Freeway, is to the north and west of Lincoln Park.

Edison Historic District

A National Register of Historic Places historic district designated in 1986 (prior to the local historic preservation ordinance), this commercial district is located at 611, 637, and the 500 block. of W. Second St. in downtown Pomona. This area includes the old Edison electrical transmission station which fronts on 1st Street.