Amy Dzialowski

Amy Dzialowski is a Senior Principal with more than 20 years of experience focused on environmental planning, stakeholder engagement, public-private partnership development, compliance, and program funding experience.

Amy Dzialowski is a Senior Principal with more than 20 years of experience focused on environmental planning, stakeholder engagement, public-private partnership development, compliance, and program funding experience.

As an urban planner with environmental, land use, and government expertise, Amy understands the many challenges of capital development projects and redevelopment initiatives. She works closely with public and private clients to deliver advisory services, environmental strategies, socioeconomic analysis, environmental justice studies, public participation, and funding plans.

Amy is a nationally recognized expert in grant programs. She has successfully secured millions of dollars in grant funds and brings an understanding of best practices, program strategy, and partnership development. Recently, these grants have supported carbon capture, emerging contaminants, solid waste infrastructure, brownfields assessment, and brownfields cleanup. She has helped dozens of communities throughout the United States revitalize brownfields sites through the United States Environmental Protection Agency's (USEPA's) Brownfields Program.

To advance the state of practice, Amy speaks regularly at state and national conferences about the benefits of land recycling. She is actively involved in the USEPA and International City/County Management Association (ICMA) national brownfields conference and environmental justice caucus, and she previously served as a member of the local and national planning committees.

Amy is serving her community as Vice Mayor until 2026. In this role, she develops policy around grant and funding programs, utility services, land use, economic development, and rate structures. She supports broad general fund decisions and provides budget direction across municipal departments.

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Career Summary of Amy Dzialowski

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  • Specialties: Grant and Funding Support; Brownfield Redevelopment Planning and Design; Environmental Due Diligence and Compliance; Stakeholder/Community Engagement; Sustainability and Energy Transition
  • Practice Areas: Contaminated Site Assessment and Cleanup, Environmental Management, Building Health, Water and Natural Resources, Waste Management, Environmental, Social, and Governance
  • Disciplines: Environmental Sciences
  • Education: M.S., University of Kansas, 2005; B.S., University of Kansas, 2003

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