Cultural Resource Review
Cultural Resources Pro-Seminar and Orientation Class Program Discontinued
Due to budget and staffing considerations, the County cancelled the December 2012 Cultural Resources Pro-Seminar and Orientation Class. Further, the County's Cultural Resources Pro-Seminar and Orientation Class program will also be discontinued indefinitely. Those already on the County's Cultural Resources Consultant List will remain on the list. Those wishing to be placed on the County's list will be required to meet the minimum requirements dictated by the Secretary of the Interior for Archaeology and will also be required to sign an MOU with the County (as previously required).
Please contact the County Geologist at (951) 955-6892 if you have any questions.
2015 Requirements Changes:
As of July 1, 2015, all cultural resources reports prepared for proposed private development projects within the unincorporated County of Riverside shall be submitted directly to the office of the County Archaeologist for review. One wet-signed and certified original paper copy of the report for review is preferred; however, electronic submittal (.pdf format) of technical reports is also acceptable. Primary and trinomial site numbers are to be included as are all pertinent data, site records and exhibits to allow for comprehensive review by the County Archaeologist. Once the report has been approved by the County Archaeologist, the consultant will be notified to submit one wet-signed original and certified paper copy of the final report and one PDF-formatted disc copy of the final report.
Reports are to be submitted directly to:
County of Riverside
4080 Lemon Street, 12th Floor
Riverside, CA 92501
Qualification Requirements for Archaeologists & Cultural Resource Managers
Notification of Consultant to Prepare Archaeological Report
LEVEL OF SIGNIFICANCE CHECKLIST (Attachment F-6)
Phase I, II, III, & IV: Archaeological Survey Report Outline (updated 01/10)