GeoData @ UCB

Neighborhood Conservation Districts, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2000 (pub. 2014)

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Description:
This layer contains five polygons representing the city's Neighborhood Conservation Districts (NCDs). Conservation districts are groups of buildings and their surroundings that are architecturally and historically distinctive. Exterior changes to buildings within NCDs are subject to review by NCD commissions made up of residents appointed by the City Manager. The GIS data layer was created in 2000 from paper documents. Cambridge designated its first NCD in 1984, following City Council legislation the year before allowing NCD establishment.
Publisher:
Cambridge (Mass.). Geographic Information Systems
Place(s):
Massachusetts and Cambridge
Subject(s):
boundaries and planningCadastre
Held by:
Harvard
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