This list is undoubtedly incomplete. If you know of additions, please email me.
|1828||Ranch House built for Rancho Santa Margarita, which is still in use as the traditional residence of Camp Pendleton commanders.|
|1876||Buildings at 211 N. Main used by the Fallbrook Women's Club. The surrey displayed there is circa 1872.|
|1882||De Luz post office opened.
131 West Beech Street, formerly Oddfellows temple, now Sun Center, oldest commercial building in Fallbrook.
|1884||127 West Elder, former charter school, now Sun manor, built on Juniper Street and moved to Elder street in the mid 1920s.|
|1894||Frederick Fox built home in Live Oak Canyon, just north of the Alvarado St. / Live Oak Park Road intersection. It is believed that this is the oldest original residence remaining in Fallbrook, and is one of the oldest structures in Fallbrook. (VN 11/11/99, 1)|
|The Gird home, part of the original Gird Ranch on 5,000 acres. It was the first poured concrete home in San Diego County. (VN 7/1/99, 1)|
|1913||First Fallbrook High School built on East Mission Road at Iowa and Juniper (now Ivy?) Streets. It had 6 rooms, and was called Iowa Street School. Condemned as structurally unsafe to earthquakes in 1950s, and now used as FUESD office.|
|1937||Two-story school building with cafeteria and auditorium built at Maie Ellis Site.|
|1941||Two rooms added to new school building on Maie Ellis Site. Main building replaced by a U-shaped structure.|
|1947||San Diego Aqueduct operational.
Firehouse Broiler building built, used first as a welding shop, then a firehouse, now a restaurant.
431 South Main, former home of Fallbrook Sanitation District, now Sun Plaza.
|1949||Fallbrook Street School built with 5 rooms.|
|1950||Fallbrook Hospital established.|
|1952||Construction of Second Aqueduct approved.|
|1954||5 more rooms added to Fallbrook Street School.
Mary Fay Pendleton School built.
|1955||9 more rooms added to Fallbrook Street School.|
|1957||Fallbrook Union High School built.|
|1961||James E. Potter School built.|
|1962||Additions to Potter School.|
|1964||Additions to Potter School.
Pala Mesa Golf Course built.
Fallbrook Airpark opened with dirt landing strip.
|1967||Construction begins for hangars at Airpark.|
|~1986||Fallbrook Radio Telescope Built.|
|1994||Fallbrook Historical Society and Gem and Mineral Museum Building opens.|
Thanks to Roy Moosa for the dates for the Oddfellows temple, Fallbrook Sanitation District, and 127 West Elder.
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Copyright © 1998-2000 by Tom Chester.
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Last update: 9 August 2000 (Additions from Roy Moosa made on 1 February 2014)