Auburn Streetscape

Foothill Associates designed a streetscape corridor connecting the City of Auburn’s historic Old Town with its Downtown business district. The master plan eases the flow of traffic, aesthetically unites the corridor, and invite pedestrians and bicyclists to use the corridor.

Hazel Meadow Day Use Area

Foothill Associates provided restoration design services for Hazel Meadows Day Use area within the Sly Park Recreation Area in El Dorado County, California. The restoration project was designed to balance the ecological recovery of the site with managed recreational access.

Ahart Preserve Vernal Pool Construction and Monitoring

Foothill Associates designed and supervised construction of 1.26 acres of vernal pools and conducted five performance monitoring periods spanning ten years to comply with conditions of the Biological Opinion and Nationwide permit.

North East Warner Fuels Reduction and Habitat Restoration Environmental Assessment

Foothill Associates prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA) for the North East Warner Fuel Reduction and Habitat Restoration project pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).

Anatolia Bike Trail

Foothill Associates designed a 1.6-mile long Class I bike trail in conjunction with preserved open space for the Anatolia neighborhood of Rancho Cordova, California. The trail runs along a drainage channel in the development and crosses an open space preserve to connect with a park in an adjacent development.


Anatolia and Kavala Ranch Bike and Pedestrian Trail APWA Project of the Year Award

On August 4, 2017, The American Public Works Association, Sacramento Chapter, awarded the City of Rancho Cordova’s Anatolia and Kavala Ranch Bike and Pedestrian Trail the Project of the Year award in the Trails & Parks, Trails category, $1 million – $2 million division. The trail is an extension of a Class I multi-use trail connecting two neighborhoods with a safe path to school and parks through an existing wetland preserve. Foothill Associates completed the design, permitting, and biological compliance monitoring during construction. As part of the design process we worked closely with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to minimize impacts to wetlands.

Two bridges were installed along the trail to avoid wetlands.


The trail connects two neighborhoods through a beautiful wetland preserve.