About Gomez-Hall Environmental

A small, woman-owned environmental planning firm

We help you navigate the environmental planning & permitting process

Gomez-Hall Environmental is a small (micro), woman-owned environmental consulting firm specializing in preparation of environmental review documentation pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), and Washington's State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA).   We help you navigate the complex process of environmental planning and permitting to achieve your development, sustainability, and community goals.

Our Founder and Principal, Stacy Hall de Gomez has 15+ years of environmental planning and permitting experience, in addition to an extensive background in fisheries management and development. To supplement our NEPA/CEQA/SEPA capabilities, we maintain strategic relationships with technical specialists such as biologists, archaeologists, engineers specializing in noise, transportation, air quality, geotechnical, and stormwater, GIS specialists, and more.

We are currently certified with the State of Washington as a small (micro), woman-owned business, and are in the process of getting certified with King County, the City of Seattle, the Small Business Administration, and the U.S. Department of Transportation/WSDOT/Caltrans.

We also have a sister company, Gomez-Hall Associates, which focuses on seafood sustainability, fisheries management, and seafood processing and marketing; check out our fisheries website here.

“I enjoy the unique challenges of each project and find satisfaction in helping each client meet their project environmental goals.”
Stacy Hall de Gomez
Founder & Principal

Stacy Hall de Gomez

Stacy Hall de Gomez earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, and her Master’s in Marine Affairs from the School of Marine and Environmental Affairs at the University of Washington.  Stacy has an extensive background in project management and environmental planning and impact assessment for transportation, port, energy, water, and development projects, including preparation of technical reports and environmental impact documents under NEPA, SEPA, and CEQA, permitting, and liaison with natural resource and planning agencies.  She has special expertise in the preparation of Community Impact Assessments and other socioeconomic analyses.

In addition to her environmental planning work, Stacy has participated in countless fisheries projects around the world through our sister company, Gomez-Hall Associates, and also served as Staff Economist and Salmon Plan Coordinator at the Pacific Fisheries Management Council in Portland, Oregon; Economic Analyst at the Alaska Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission; and Chief of Fisheries Projects for the consulting firm Servicios de Fomento Industrial (Industrial Development Services) in Mexico City.


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Managed campaigns since 1994

2 States

You’ll find us in Melbourne & Sydney*

* Opening October 2019

Recent Milestones

New Partner

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November 2018
Awarded, again.

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June 2016
Melbourne Office

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January 2016

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April 2015

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