A cyclist rides past La Casa Rosa in San Juan Bautista, where the sidewalk is blocked under the building's balcony. The city closed off the sidewalk in front of 107 Third Street in September 2018 after receiving a safety complaint. Photo by Noe Magaña.

Government / Politics

San Juan Historic Resources Board says remove La Casa Rosa balcony to make building safe

Sidewalk under balcony closed since September 2018 due to safety complaint.

Native Daughters of the Golden West present a check to Father Jerry Maher and the SJB Mission Preservation Fund. Lft to Rt. CeCe Johnston, Elza Paul, Father Maher, Sharon Johnston, Tami Adams, Rosemary Perez, Bill Lawson, Nora Lee Lawson, Judy Cain, Anita Sciutto, Georgianna Froom, Denise Pence, Claudia Fisher. Also in attendance, Karole Candlen


Native Daughters Help Mission Project

Native Daughters of the Golden West support the San Juan Bautista Mission Preservation Fund project to strengthen and rebuild the historic structure.

The entire mission is build of unreinforced materials.


Nonprofit aims to raise $14 million to repair Mission San Juan Bautista

Parishioners, others gear up to reach out to corporations and individuals for $14 million to preserve the 218-year-old structure