We embrace the belief that planning is a necessary prelude to informed decision making and the successful completion of a project and implementation of a plan. We view planning as a tool for getting dirt turned. Whether a comprehensive plan, a feasibility study, or community needs assessment, it is important that we develop plans that lead to projects on the ground. We call this “practical planning,” an approach that helps get plans implemented rather than sitting on a shelf gathering dust. This principle has fueled our involvement in helping localities develop, apply for, and manage grant-funded projects with specialization in economic development and hazard mitigation funding mechanisms.
- Grant Preparation and Management
- Downtown Revitalizations
- Municipal Comprehensive/Conservation Planning