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Archaeological Services

Clients utilizing our archaeological services include a variety of federal, state and local agencies, members of the environmental planning community such as civil engineers, soil scientists, and architectural firms, and private individuals who have been required by various agencies to prepare a report on their property’s archaeological sensitivity.

FEDERAL AGENCIES

U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service
U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Interagency Archeological Services
U.S. Navy, Western Division Naval Facilities Engineering Command (San Bruno)
U.S. Air Force (Travis Air Force Base, Fairfield, Solano County)
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, San Francisco Regional office
U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (Sacramento and Auburn offices)
U.S. Coast Guard-12th District (San Francisco and Oakland)

STATE AGENCIES

California State Lands Commission
California State Dept. of Fish and Game
California State Dept. of Transportation
California State Coastal Commission
California Public Utilities Commission
California State Dept. of Parks and Recreation

REGIONAL, COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL AGENCIES

Departments of Public Works, Counties of:

Alameda, Humboldt, Napa, San Mateo, Butte, Marin, Nevada, Santa Clara
Contra Costa, Mendocino, Placer, Santa Cruz, Del Norte, Monterey,
San Benito, San Joaquin, San Francisco, Sonoma

Departments of Planning, Cities of:

Calistoga, Larkspur, Roseville, Santa Rosa, Corte Madera, Milpitas,
St. Helena, Sausalito, Dixon, Mill Valley, Salinas, Sonoma, Fort Bragg
Morgan, Hill, San Jose, Vacaville, Fremont, Monterey, San Francisco,
Vallejo, Gilroy, Napa, San Luis Obispo, Watsonville, Greenfield, Novato
Santa Clara, San Juan, Bautista, Hollister, Petaluma, Santa Cruz, Woodland

Redevelopment Agencies, Cities of:

Monterey, San Jose, Salinas, San Luis Obispo, Willits

Other Agencies and Departments

Co. of Santa Clara, Transportation Agency Santa Clara Co. Water District
City of San Jose Dept. of Public Works East Bay Municipal Utility District
East Bay Regional Parks District Sonoma Co. Water Agency
City and County of San Francisco Santa Rosa Dept. of Utilities
Alameda Co. Flood Control District Santa Rosa Dept. of Public Works
Marin Municipal Water District Mid-Peninsula Open Space District
Novato Parks and Recreation District Greater Vallejo Parks and Recreation District
Roseville Parks and Recreation District Petaluma Parks and Recreation District

  PRIVATE FIRMS OR INDIVIDUALS

Ausonio Construction Co. (Castroville) Christopherson Homes (Santa Rosa)
Charles W. Davidson Company (San Jose) Southwest Diversified (Brisbane)
CSW/Stuber-Stroeh, Inc. (Novato) Ira Fink & Associates (Emeryville)
Reservation Ranch (Smith River, Del Norte Co.) Ray Carlson & Associates (Santa Rosa)
New Cities Development Company (Monterey) CH2M Hill, Inc.
Common Ground Land Planning Services (Santa Rosa) MH Engineering
Adobe Associates (Santa Rosa) Kaufman and Broad, South Bay, Inc.
Young America Homes (Santa Rosa) Kaufman and Broad of Fresno, Inc.
The Chambers Group (Irvine) Harding Lawson Associates, Inc
Carlile\Macy (Santa Rosa) Winzler/Kelly (Santa Rosa)
Lescure Engineers Phelps & Associates, Inc. (Sebastopol)
Environmental Science Associates The Planning Collaborative
Kent Watson and Associates  

Archaeological Resource Service
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Phone: (707) 586-2577 Fax: (707) 586-2580
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The information provided herein is for general background purposes only and is not intended as a definitive statement of either the presence or absence of archaeological deposits on any particular property or the handling thereof.  It is not a substitute for professional investigation and advice and should not be relied upon as such.

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