Kimberly Mahoney

Environmental Planner

MA, Environmental Studies with a focus in Sustainable Development and Policy, University of Illinois, 2016
BA, Administrative Leadership, University of Oklahoma, 2014

Treasurer, WA American Planning Association (APA) Peninsula Chapter

Joined Floyd|Snider: 2022

Kim Mahoney is an Environmental Planner with a strong background in environmental review, shoreline permitting, and land use and development. She has managed shoreline permits and SEPA review for many complex and contentious nearshore and in-water development projects, including various pier demolition and reconstruction projects, improvements to waterfront public access opportunities, and the 7 Seas Taproom and Marina reconstruction project in Gig Harbor. Formerly, Kim was a municipal planner and, therefore, keenly understands how shoreline and other local permits are reviewed, processed, and issued; this experience ensures that permit applications are complete and support a focused agency review.

Professional Strengths

Comprehensive understanding regarding applicability of environmental regulations, with the ability to strategize project design alternatives for a timely, cost-efficient, in-scope project

Ability to collaborate with developers, public agencies, and teaming partners to create accurate and informed permit applications and supporting materials

Exemplary technical writing skills employed in municipal code drafting, SEPA threshold determinations, staff reports, and permit decisions

Meticulous and thoughtful preparation of technical permitting documents in a digestible format