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Over the course of her career in Landscape Architecture, Lacey has served as designer and project manager for numerous projects including residential, park, commercial development and institutional.  She has experience in all phases of implementation, from planning and schematic design through construction documents and site observation. 

“It is the public work that I find most gratifying, the creation and preservation of beauty within the surroundings of the urban population and the synthesis of nature, city and art.” 

Lacey is also an expert on water conservation. She has her B.S. degree in Landscape Architecture and is licensed in the State of California.

Malibu Cross Creek Road
City of Malibu, ongoing

La Bonita Park
City of La Habra, 2006

New Model Colony Streetscape Master Plan
City of Ontario, 2007

Victoria Arbor Streetscape
City of Rancho Cucamonga, 2006

Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) Playground Greening
1998 to present

Primary Landscape Architect Consultant
City of Norco, ongoing

Corona Civic Center
City of Corona, 2004

Whittier Narrows Beautification Project
City of Los Angeles, 2001

Primary Landscape Architect Consultant
City of La Verne, ongoing

Cool Schools Program Design and
Technical Guidelines

City of Los Angeles, 1998

Lordsburg Park
City of La Verne, 2000

Various Second District Parks Play Area
General Improvements

County of Los Angeles,





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Jan’s professional emphasis is environmental restoration and protection including residential, urban and some of the wild rivers and streams on the West Coast.  Her expertise in native planting designs, wetlands creation and enhancement and bioengineering for erosion control has been successfully applied to small residential designs and to 600-acre public parks.  She has managed coastal and shoreline projects in the Northwest and Asia involving numerous government agencies, multi disciplinary teams and special interest groups.  Jan holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from the University of Oregon and is LEED accredited. 

Her commitment to the urban environment and community-based efforts is demonstrated in her deep involvement with urban watershed protection and restoration, water quality and reforestation. 

“The micro scale is of equal importance in both planning and design.  It is at the intimate level where good design allows people the opportunity to relate and absorb the beauty and enlivening potential of nature.  It is where the respect for our surroundings begins.”

Elysian Park Master Plan
City of Los Angeles, 2007

Taylor Yard / Rio De Los Angeles
City of Los Angeles, 2007

Central Arroyo Seco Master Plan
City of Pasadena, 2000

Coldwater Canyon Reservoir Park
City of Beverly Hills, ongoing

Arroyo Seco As-Needed Services
City of Pasadena, ongoing

Landscaping & Plant Palette Standards for the
Los Angeles River

County of Los Angeles, 1999

Orange County Santa Ana River Trails Master Plan
Orange County Agency of Harbors, Beaches, and Parks 2004

Santa Ana River Parkway Master Plan, and
Wetlands Restoration

The Wildlands Conservancy, 2000

Four Mini Vest Pocket Parks
Beverly Hills, ongoing

Conejo Creek Dog Park
City of Thousand Oaks, 2000

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