Foothill Associates provides environmental regulatory compliance services to address local, state, and federal regulations and background documentation requirements. Our regulatory staff has extensive experience managing complex and technically rigorous regulatory processes for our clients.
We provide regulatory consulting services for Clean Water Act permits, State and Federal Endangered Species Act permits and consultations, Habitat Conservation Plans, Streambed Alteration Agreements, and CEQA/NEPA compliance.
Our extensive regulatory knowledge and experience enables Foothill Associates to develop workable, cost-effective approaches and solutions for complaince with complex environmental regulations.
Foothill Associates prepares Environmental Impact Reports/ Statements (EIR/EIS), Initial Studies, and Environmental Assessments for a wide range of private and public sector projects. Our staff is familiar with an array of CEQA projects, ranging from small subdivisions to large flood control and power plant projects. We also specialize in NEPA compliance associated with federal actions. We have experience with pipeline projects, drainage master plans, redevelopment plans, golf courses, shopping centers, and highway/transportation projects. Our viewshed analysis, biological resource, and land use assessment capabilities provide clients with cost effective and legally defensible environmental impact analyses.
- Environmental Impact Reports/Statements
- Initial Studies/Negative Declarations
- Environmental Assessments/Findings of No Significant Impacts (FONSI)
- Mitigation Monitoring Plans
- Biological Resources Sections
- Visual Analysis
- Land Use Analysis
- General Plan Background Reports
Endangered Species Act
- Habitat Conservation Plans (FESA Section 10)
- Formal and Informal Consultations (FESA Section 7)
- Community Meeting Planning and Facilitation
- State ESA Take Permits
Clean Water Act
- Individual Permits
- Nationwide Permits
- NPDES Permits
- 401 Water Quality Certification
- SWPPP Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans