The historic gates, ramadas, and rock walls in the AVIM landscaping that were constructed in 1945 are deteriorating and require stabilization. These landscaping features are contributing elements of the national register eligible AVIM historic district. Wooden features such as gates and ramadas have been damaged by sun, wind, rain, and pests. The wood is cracked and warped, paint is faded, and some of them are falling apart. The mortar in some of the rock walls is failing and rocks are falling out due to tree roots and foot traffic. Historic trees have died. Prepare a cultural landscape report to guide future stabilization and restoration of historic AVIM landscaping, including researching and documenting history of AVIM landscaping, assessing deterioration, and developing treatment plan for stabilizing historic features.
California State Parks