Welcome to the Craftsman Village Historic District website!

To return to this homepage as you navigate our site, please click on the words " Craftsman Village " in the header above.

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The Craftsman Village Historic District is located in the heart of Long Beach , between 7th and 10th Streets and Walnut and Orange Avenues. We are two blocks away from the Museum of Latin American Art. On Orange and 7th, you will see the The Craftsman Village Historical District Mural.

Visit the links to the right to learn more about our neighborhood and our accomplishments.

We have an elected board and hold monthly meetings to discuss neighborhood issues and address community concerns. We also hold regular street cleanups (monthly), we produce a quarterly newsletter. We also participate in various citywide organizations and in City-sponsored events to promote neighborhood empowerment and historic preservation.

NEWS FLASHES

Improvements

The beautification project from Alamitos to Cherry is complete. For more information, we have a PDF file for you here.

Walnut Street has undergone improvements from 10th to 3rd Street. Several projects to upgrade our curbs and streets have also been completed.

The Long Beach Lawn to Garden program still has funding. Go here to apply.

The pocket park on 851 Orange Avenue has been approved. Construction has begun. The Craftsman Village Historic District has worked hard to get a grant for $722,465 dollars which was awarded to build the park. News of the approval for the grant for the park can be seen in the Long Beach Press Telegram, Oct 12, 2010. As a result of the long term efforts of the CVHD and community, there will more green space available for our area's residents. This is the end of a 3 year process.

Awards

In 2005, we were recognized for Outstanding Community Service by the City of Long Beach , and won 2nd prize nationally from Neighborhoods USA in the category of Physical Revitalization, for our innovative approaches to building community and promoting historic preservation. We also were declared a Neighborhood of the Year by Mayor Beverly O'Neill and received Special Congressional Recognition from Rep. Juanita Millender-McDonald. Click here to see a page containing pictures of all our awards.

Our District had been recognized for its outstanding contributions to education about historic preservation with a 2006 Merit Award from Long Beach Heritage!

View pictures of our most recent awards here. Older awards are below.

Ongoing Projects 

Expansion: We have submitted our proposal to the City of Long Beach. Click here to learn more about the proposed historic district expansion.

 

This site is a work in progress, so please check back for updates...

We hope you enjoy learning about our neighborhood!

*(The Craftsman Village Historic District is not a 501(c) 3 tax exempt organization. This webpage is maintained by private contributions, not public funds.)

[last updated April 12, 2013]
some design elements courtesy of Joshua Legbandt (thanks, Josh!) More updates are pending as this website is undergoing revision.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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