Trends & Industry Insights

Invasive Species – Quagga Mussels

Rincon staff have conducted monitoring in quagga mussel-infested water bodies in California, and have developed plans with academic and resource agency experts, in accordance with Fish and Game Code §2302.

2019 Central CA APA Sierra Retreat

Rincon's planning experts will be facilitating a workshop at the 2019 Central CA APA Sierra Retreat August 23-25th.  Find out more and register by clicking on the flyer below. 

Rincon Names John Dreher as Next President and CEO

Rincon Names John Dreher as Next President and Chief Executive Officer John Dreher has been elected by Rincon’s Board of Directors as the next President and CEO, effective July 1, 2019.  In his role as Chief Operating Officer John has been working side-by-side with...

City of Coachella’s SoCal Cannabis Summit

Rincon’s Environmental Planning experts will be attending the City of Coachella’s SoCal Cannabis Summit June 24-25 at the Fantasy Springs Casino. Our extensive experience assisting local governments and private cannabis developers throughout the state has positioned...

Rincon is a 2019 Best Firm and Hot Firm

Rincon Consultants has placed on both the Zweig Group’s Best Firms to Work For competition and the Hot Firm competition for 2019! This is the fourth time we have garnered a spot as a Best Firm to Work For (2009, 2015, 2017, 2019) and the ninth time we placed on the...

Restore the Community: A Two-Time Winner!

Rincon's Restore the Community: A Disaster Recovery Resource Developed Specifically for Planners project is now a two-time winner! The project most recently won a 2019 Award of Merit from the Central Coast Section of the American Planning Association...

Rincon Welcomes Deanna Hansen

Rincon Welcomes Deanna Hansen Principal and Regional Manager for the Los Angeles Region Ms. Hansen brings more than 20 years of well-balanced expertise for development projects, specializing in California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and National...

Spring Surveys

Rincon Biologists hold federal 10(a)(1)(A) and state permits, and have specific expertise in conducting protocol surveys for special-status species and coordinating with resource agencies to develop measures to comply with regulatory requirements while...

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