Lyndon DeSalvo Project Planner

Lyndon DeSalvo

As a city planner and conservationist, Lyndon is committed to fostering more resilient landscapes, and the resultant improved outcomes for both people and the environment. He believes that natural solutions are fundamental to meeting many of the complex challenges confronting today’s cities and communities, especially in responding to climate change. Lyndon excels thinking at multiple scales, from regional perspectives to site-specific design, and integrating solutions that are informed by authentic community engagement and the ecological landscape.

Before joining CivicMoxie, Lyndon was in Philadelphia, where he worked towards the expansion of the urban trail network, the reactivation of vacant lots for community use, and the advancement of the City’s green storm water infrastructure program. He has also worked for the Nature Conservancy in Vermont where he spent his time stewarding natural areas, coordinating volunteers, and managing several projects on nature preserves throughout the state. Lyndon has a Master of City Planning, Land Use & Environmental Planning concentration from the University of Pennsylvania School of Design and a Bachelor of Arts, Latin American Studies and Studio Art (double major) from Carleton College.