Geoff Reilly, AICP

Senior Environmental Planner


Geoff Reilly, AICP is a Senior Associate Environmental Planner at WRA, Inc.  He has experience in the preparation and management of environmental review documents pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).  He has a broad knowledge of environmental and regulatory issues that affect land development and has successfully managed the environmental review process for many complex and controversial projects.  He has acted both as project manager and principal writer for a wide variety of projects, including residential subdivisions, commercial retail and office developments, mixed-use projects, institutions, recreational amenities, industrial facilities, solar, bridge replacements, and roadway improvements.

Geoff has supervised the preparation of all types of CEQA and NEPA documents for both public and private sector clients, including initial studies, mitigated negative declarations, environmental assessments, EIRs, EISs, categorical exemptions and exclusions, constraints analyses, technical background reports, and third-party review.  He also has prepared many Program EIRs for Master Plans, Specific Plans and General Plan Updates throughout California.  His responsibilities include marketing, client and subcontractor liaison, project budgeting and scheduling, QA/QC, and the presentation of environmental analyses, recommendations, and strategies at client meetings and public hearings.


Ducks Unlimited/City of Hercules, Chelsea Wetlands Habitat Restoration, Hercules, California

East Bay Regional Park District, Feeder Trail #1 Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration, Martinez, California

Coyote Creek Sediment Removal Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration, Marin County, California

Matadero Creek Stabilization and Restoration, Los Altos Hills, California

Runnymede Storm Drain Improvement Project, City of East Palo Alto, California

Recology Green Rail Project EIR/EA, County of Yuba, California

Hauser Bridge Road Bridge Replacement, Sonoma County, California

Ballona Wetlands Ecological Reserve Restoration EIS/ EIR, Los Angeles County, California

Gilbert Avenue Roadway Extension Expanded Initial Study (ExIS), County of San Luis Obispo, California

Town of Fairfax Bridge Rehabilitation and Replacement Projects, Fairfax, California

Town of San Anselmo, Safe Routes to Schools NEPA, San Anselmo, California

25th Avenue Sanitary Sewer Relief Line Project Initial Study, City of San Mateo, California

West Bay Sanitary District, Sausal Vista Pump Station Improvements, San Mateo County, California

Coastside County Water District, El Granada Pipeline Replacement Project Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration, Half Moon Bay, California

County of Santa Clara, East San Jose Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements Project, San Jose, California

U.S. Coast Guard CAMSPAC Facility Point Reyes, Antenna Array NEPA Categorical Exclusion, Marin County, California

County of Marin Department of Public Works, Mill Valley-Sausalito Multiuse Pathway NEPA/CEQA, Marin County, California

Napa Valley College Facilities Master Plan Environmental Constraints Analysis and EIR, Napa Valley College, California

Tijuana River Floodway and International Border NEPA Environmental Assessment, San Diego, California

Maria Carrillo High School Field Lighting Project EIR, Santa Rosa, California

Montgomery High School Field Lights Project EIR, City of Santa Rosa, California

Marin Catholic Field Lighting, Greenbrae, California

Oddstad Assisted Living Facility EIR, City of Pacifica, California

Prospects (Fassler Avenue) Residential EIR, City of Pacifica, California

Dutra Haystack Landing Asphalt and Recycling Facility EIR, Sonoma County, California

Marin County Parks, McNears Beach Park Master Plan CEQA, Marin County, California

Marin County Parks, Paradise Beach Park Master Plan CEQA, Marin County, California


BA, Resource and Environmental Geography, Spanish Minor, San Diego State University


American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP)

Association of Environmental Professionals (AEP)

American Planning Association (APA)

2013 NWETC NEPA Certification: Writing the Perfect EA/FONSI or EIS

2013 Caltrans Local Assistance Training Certification