The Eastern Coachella Valley Action Plan for Climate Resilience is a roadmap to identify and prioritize projects that increase climate resilience, reduce greenhouse gases (GHGs) and provide equitable access to housing. Dudek worked with local stakeholders and regional agencies to craft this award-winning plan.
Dudek’s work on the San Jose Community Forest Management Plan (CFMP) helped to identify systemic issues that impeded the maintenance and expansion of the community forest, and provided a strategic plan for improvement.
The City of Willits’ Urban Forest Management Plan (UFMP) will help provide the City with an avenue to plan for the future of its trees. Dudek used a comprehensive approach to address issues associated with deferred maintenance, declining tree health, species diversity, wildfire threats, and predicted changes to weather and climate to develop the City’s
The Temecula Urban Forest Management Plan (UFMP) will help to move the City of Temecula toward a more sustainable urban forest. Dudek applied sustainable urban forest management practices and concepts to our analysis to develop a long-term plan for sustainable management and maintenance of the City’s trees.
“First Step: Developing an Urban Forest Management Plan for the City of Los Angeles” is a document that analyzed the City’s existing urban forest management practices, providing action items for improvement. Development of the plan was guided by in-depth engagement with City staff, elected officials, and community stakeholders.
Through an as-needed contract with the City of San Diego, Dudek is working on the comprehensive Mira Mesa Community Plan Update to update all of the plan’s elements and provide urban design services for four focus areas within the community.
The City of Santa Barbara was awarded a CAL FIRE grant to update their Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) and craft a Program Environmental Impact Report (PEIR) for plan implementation. Dudek prepared the PEIR and CWPP, as well as facilitated virtual public outreach to inform both processes.