Marc Yeber, ASLA

Marc Yeber is an urban designer, planner and facilitator with 15 years' experience contributing to the planning, design and implementation of the built environment. With degrees in architecture, urban planning and landscape architecture, his primary focus is the role design plays in shaping the public realm and natural environments in California cities. Whether structuring a new policy framework or designing a neighborhood public realm, Marc's analytic and strategic abilities allow him to address challenges at a range of scales, from the community or district plan to a neighborhood design or infill proposal. Through long experience as a former commissioner for both planning and historic preservation, Marc developed the ability to listen carefully to community input and synthesize responsive solutions.  This combined with his diverse background makes him invaluable in crafting truly community-based vision plans and practical implementation strategies.