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Exact location is restricted by state law.
Notable Dates
2005 Controlled by the state.
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Sand Hill Bluff is an area on the shore about five miles from the city of Santa Cruz. It is mostly known as an archeological site where evidence of an Ohlone settlement may date back 3,000 years or more. The exact location of the area is restricted. To help preserve the site, the area has been given landmark status and efforts are being made to protect the area. In 2005 a news release had this:

"The California Resources Agency announced that the Trust for Public Land (TPL), a national nonprofit land conservation group, along with the California Department of Parks and Recreation, the Department of Conservation, the Coastal Conservancy, Caltrans and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), have partnered to permanently shield from development the 154-acre Sand Hill Bluff property. Part of the property valued at $12 million, will be added to the California State Parks system."

Sand Hill Bluff Site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2008  (Data Number #08000528).
It is also known as CA-SCR-7.  The site is also a California Point of Historical Interest (N2412).

The area is off-limits to the general public. There is no public road to the area, and no accessible view of the area. There are plans to make the area accessible for viewing

The area atop Sand Hill Bluff is farmland..

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