Providing our clients with sustainable planning and environmental solutions.

About Burton Planning Services

BPS was formed in 2008 by Kimberly Burton, and she leads a multi-disciplinary staff of 20 professionals, including planners, engineers, and environmental specialists. Click here to download the BPS Marketing Packet.

Our mission is to provide our clients with sustainable planning and environmental solutions that are timely, affordable, and customized for the client’s specific needs. BPS offers a broad range of services in:


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Company Updates

  • November 2023: We are in full swing this month with site visits, and stakeholder and public meetings! Our road trip will include stops in southeast Ohio (Malta & McConnelsville) and northeast Ohio (Cleveland Heights, South Euclid, and University Heights) where we will collect data and work with the locals to understand needs and gaps in active transportation infrastructure.

  • October 2023: In October, we are beginning two school travel plan projects on behalf of ODOT: Wilmington City Schools and Beavercreek City Schools. We are also underway with another ODOT project where we are leading and developing the purpose and need statement, social and economic resources report, and stakeholder and public involvement for a planning study in Medina County, Ohio focused on the area surrounding the I-71 / I-271 interchange.

  • September 2023: We are busy kicking off a multitude of project this month! These include: developing a Snow Removal Toolkit for ODOT to provide to Ohio communities as a resource, and active transportation plans for the Ohio communities of Gahanna, Cleveland Heights/University Heights/South Euclid, Malta/McConnelsville, and Perrysburg.

  • August 2023: We have kicked off another project with the City of Urbana, this time focusing on the North Main Street corridor. Over the next year, we’ll work with the City, its stakeholders, and members of the community to develop a plan for the corridor. The plan will focus on making recommendations to land use and the zoning code, regarding economic development and redevelopment, and the look and feel of the corridor.


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