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

  • May 2024: In the next few weeks, we are officially kicking off numerous projects here in Ohio: an active transportation plan for Pike County, and freight plan and asset management plans for the Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments. You’ll also see us in the field in Obetz, Gahanna, and Worthington for school travel planning, active transportation planning, and pilot project efforts, respectively!

  • April 2024: We begin this month with our Multi-Modal Transportation Team starting a new active transportation planning project for Pike County, Ohio! Meanwhile, our Education and Public Engagement team is in the middle of steering committee and community meetings for all of our other active transportation plans and school travel plans, and they are working on updates to Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) e-learning modules. Our Environmental and Resiliency Planning team has also been out across Ohio holding public meetings for numerous hazard mitigation plans. Our Community Planning and Development team is wrapping up the Smart Mobility Ambassador project for ODOT, as well as a corridor plan for Urbana, Ohio. They are eager to get started on a few new projects next month!

  • March 2024: This month, we continue to dig deeper into some of our newer projects like the master planning and installation climate resilience planning efforts for the Ohio Army National Guard. Meanwhile, we’re kicking off a school travel plan for the City of Obetz and Hamilton Local Schools, updates to a variety of the Ohio Department of Transportation’s asynchronous e-learning courses, and a statewide economic impact study on the benefits of active transportation in Ohio.


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