Dan Dameron Named ESA’s Northern California Community Development Director

Environmental Science Associates (ESA), a leading California environmental and planning consulting firm, is pleased to announce that Dan Dameron has been promoted to Northern California Community Development Director. He replaces outgoing director, Brian Boxer, AICP who was recently named Northern California Regional Director.

“Dan has been pivotal to ESA’s integration of planning, sustainability, climate change, and the environmental review process. His leadership has focused our practice on implementable plans that positively shape the future of our built and natural communities,” said Brian Boxer, Northern California Regional Director. “Dan will direct ESA’s diverse and growing team of community development experts who collaborate with our clients on CEQA and NEPA compliance, community planning, transportation, airports, sustainable communities and smart growth, climate change adaptation, air quality and noise, and waste diversion solutions.”

Dan brings more 30 years of experience working on large-scale, complex, multidisciplinary planning and development projects. His leadership and expertise has been integral to growing ESA’s community development practice and advancing our community and environmental planning work. Dan has managed, prepared and implemented a variety of urban planning and design projects including General Plans, specific plans, zoning codes, design guidelines, development agreements, annexation studies and municipal service reviews, and contract planning services. Dan’s leadership and extensive planning expertise have been valued by a variety of local jurisdiction and development interest clients throughout northern California.

In addition to private consulting, Dan spent more than 17 years as a Principal Planner with the City of Roseville, leading the efforts of that rapidly growing community to plan for a sustainable future.

Press Release: Dan Dameron Named ESA’s Northern California Community Development Director

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