Helping our clients bring their visions to reality is our number one goal. We provide a broad spectrum of services to assist agencies in planning and implementing solutions to complex projects and programs. Together, our teams provide the full spectrum of resources clients need to successfully reach their goals.


For more than 27 years, Circlepoint has provided award-winning communications programs. We help our clients navigate the ever-changing landscape of communications and media to engage stakeholders and motivate positive behavior change. Our team is dedicated to providing creative solutions that address complex issues and create a better future for communities.


Public Engagement

Construction Communications, Multicultural Communications, Media Relations, Event Planning, Facilitation, Crisis Communications, Media Training, Interagency Coordination



Strategy/Research, Behavior Change, Agency Communications, Campaigns, Messaging, Content Development



Branding and Identity, Advertising, Collateral, Video Production, Guides and Publications, Print Production



Web Development, Web Design, UI/UX, Social Media, Online Engagement, App Development, SEO, Hosting

Circlepoint has very professionally managed one of our agency’s largest public participation contracts, overseeing multiple sub consultants and vendors, and delivering a wide range of high quality work on schedule and within budget.

– Tyrone Jue, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission



Circlepoint’s environmental practice is molded on an integrated approach to public and private planning projects—environmental evaluation, design, and community outreach. We work closely with planning and design teams to identify environmental constraints early on, focus environmental documents on the important issues, and effectively involve stakeholders to build the support essential to bringing projects to fruition. Our passion is to work with our clients to set them up for success by ensuring that we are providing a document that captures the correct components that will pave the way for success during and after the entitlement process.

Our success is based on top-notch client service and the production of high-quality legally defensible documents. We offer strong project management and a team of technical experts that provides the necessary skills to coordinate the resources and present the important key topics for the project and environmental document. We understand the new and upcoming issues faced by the environmental process, in combination with the objectives and vision of local municipalities, agencies, and the state as a whole. As such, we are well versed on current CEQA and NEPA issues, such as Senate Bill 743, and are in line with the future vision of smart growth, urban villages, connectivity, and reduction of vehicle miles traveled. We navigate complex processes to deliver streamlined, legally defensible environmental documents.


Environmental Documentation

NEPA/CEQA Process & Documentation, EIS, EIR, Initial Studies, Categorical Exemptions, Caltrans Environmental Documentation, Section 4(f) Evaluations, Community Impact Assessments


Environmental Analysis

Environmental Analysis, Constraints Analysis, Visual Analysis & Visual Impact Assessments, Due Diligence, Technical Partnerships, Section 4(f) Evaluations

I wanted to thank you all for all of your efforts on completing the SEIR process over the past year and congratulate everyone on the successful completion of a critical milestone for the Segment 3 project.

-Dale Dennis, Project Manager, State Route 4 Bypass Authority


  • transportationImproving transit, rail, roads, bridges, express lanes, smart corridors, ridesharing, and bike and pedestrian access for enhanced mobility.
  • land-developmentGuiding successful development and planning processes, preserving and revitalizing communities, and supporting practical solutions for managing growth.

  • Educating about the value of water; promoting conservation; supporting watershed and flood control policies; and facilitating the effective management of water supply, reuse, and conveyance.
  • energyPromoting clean energy programs and working with our partners to improve utilities and infrastructure
  • sustainabilityHelping communities adapt to climate change with waste reduction initiatives, resilience strategies, and conservation policies
  • healthPromoting and supporting wellness, community planning, community health assessments, emergency preparedness, domestic abuse prevention, and animal welfare.
  • destination marketingBuilding communities and revitalizing interest in what our cities and counties have to offer