The 2015 historic assets survey of 1,306 Bouldin Creek structures found 687 contributing to the historic period of 1895-1965. Of these, 25 were cited for potential individual listing in the National Register of Historic Places. The architectural historians created a map of 11 distinct areas with high concentrations of contributing structures. These defined prospective local historic districts (LHD). Residents could submit each for city adoption or, in aggregate as a single neighborhood-wide LHD. Prospective district maps include: Arboles, Becker School, J.E. Bouldin Estate, Bon Air, Brackenridge School, James E. Bouldin Addition, Copeland, Loma Linda, Live Oak Grove, Lower Bouldin, South Heights, Upper Bouldin.