For purposes of this chapter, the Planning Commission may approve the landmark designation of a structure, improvement, or natural feature if it finds that it meets one or more of the following criteria:
A. It exemplifies, symbolizes, or manifests elements of the cultural, social, economic, political, or architectural history of the City.
B. It has aesthetic or artistic interest or value, or other noteworthy interest or value.
C. It is identified with historic personages or with important events in local, State or national history.
D. It embodies distinguishing architectural characteristics valuable to a study of a period, style, method of construction, or the use of indigenous materials or craftsmanship, or is a unique or rare example of an architectural design, detail or historical type valuable to such a study.
E. It is a significant or a representative example of the work or product of a notable builder, designer or architect.
F. It has a unique location, a singular physical characteristic, or is an established and familiar visual feature of a neighborhood or the City. (Ord. 1111, 2018)