- Building facades are intact and porches, an important interface
between public and private space, maintained.
- Architectural details survive in good repair and are highlighted by
- Paint schemes are coordinated between twins, among rows, etc.
- A clear delineation exists between street & sidewalk with an
appropriate physical and visual "barrier" between motorists and
pedestrians, such as a continuous tree lawn and line of street trees of
similar botanical forms.
- The pedestrian pathway is in good shape, of uniform width, with
straight, unbroken, parallel edges and in scale with the cross-section of
- Sidewalks and flat masonry surfaces are free of weeds and other
- Street and private property trees are properly cared for, limbed up,
and do not block lighting or compromise safety.
- No obtrusive signage is in the public right-of-way or on private
- Front lawns, green setbacks are preserved and well maintained.
- Trees and vegetation are in scale with the architecture and
- Breezeways between properties are fenced, with appropriate
screening to keep trash and garbage out of sight.
- Edges of lawns, beds, etc. have sharp edges and are well
- Fencing is clear of overgrown vegetation.
- Lighting of pedestrian areas is uniform and non-glaring.