Need help with your DEVELOPMENT PROJECT?

Community engagement. Social media & digital strategies. Campaign management. Public relations. Different projects require different approaches. Our team of experts is ready to help!


The Land Use Difference

At Land Use Strategies, we develop and execute campaigns designed to win political, stakeholder and community support for your development project or issue.

At the core of our strategy: controlling the message.


Our Services

get it done. that’s our belief and approach for our clients. securing project entitlements in today’s land use environment can be complex and often controversial. it takes creativity and outside the box approaches to win. Let us assist you with your next development project.

  • I have worked with Land Use Strategies for over a decade. They are quick reads and skilled at the strategies and tactics involved in contested CEQA, housing and water issues. They provide superb customer service and are consummate team players.
    — Steve Herum, Partner, Herum, Crabtree & Suntag
  • As soon as I get the first sign of public opposition, I call Land Use Strategies!
  • Land Use Strategies is a thought leader with deep insight into technology public policy challenges of today (and tomorrow). Their deep knowledge about important issues facing society today such as UAVs, autonomous vehicles and smart cities mixed with nationwide municipal know-how makes them a sought-after powerhouse. Future-focused companies, if they’re smart, will find a way to work closely with Land Use Strategies.
    — Mike Montgomery, Executive Director, CALinnovates
  • Land Use Strategies has been instrumental in the Canna Agency’s success in representing clients in California and across the country. They have been and continue to be an integral part of our most recent project, CIRCA (Cannabis Research and Innovation Campus of America), in Coalinga, California.
    — Chris Macaluso, CEO, the CANNA agency
  • As an original member of "Go Rail Go," Jesse was an integral part of the successful campaign to help the City & County of Honolulu finally get their mass transit rail program approved. Also, he has a great understanding of the unique culture of not only Oahu, but the neighboring islands as well.
    — Brian Uy, Board member, Go Rail Go