Brian Holloway is President of Holloway Land Company, a land development and entitlement consulting firm located in Sacramento, California.
He has over 30 years of public and private planning, community outreach, and development experience in California managing the approval and construction of numerous development projects. The firm has since completed successful development projects as well.
Mr. Holloway is also accomplished in the area of pre-development management. He has facilitated the approval of entitlements in Northern California for projects ranging in size from 5 acres to 4,000 acres. His management of large-scale projects, in excess of 700 acres, has been especially successful.
He has acted as project manager in each of the following projects: El Dorado Hills Specific Plan (Serrano), Tree Lake Village, Delta Shores Master Plan, Salmon Falls Hills – General Plan Amendment, Sunrise-Douglas Specific Plan, Sun Creek Specific Plan, Jacinto Creek Planning Area, Sacramento Country Day School Master Plan, and Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Markets in Northern California. He also handled the public and community outreach for Sacramento Country Day School Expansion in Sacramento, California and Treelake Village Specific Plan in Placer County. These are just some of the projects where Mr. Holloway worked with the surrounding communities and has established himself as an expert able to balance community and policy issues resulting in a successful outcome for his clients.
He was also a member and past Chair of the Mayor’s Development Oversight Commission of the City of Sacramento, a member of the Development Oversight Commission of the County of Sacramento, and currently chairs the Sacramento County Subdivision Review Committee and the County Project Review Committee. Mr. Holloway currently sits as a Director of the Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency and is an elected Trustee of the American River Flood Control Agency. He was the 2005-2006 President of the East Sacramento Chamber of Commerce. He is also the Chairman of the Governor’s Capitol Area Committee.
He received his Master of City and Regional Planning at California State University, Fresno, his Bachelor of Arts from San Jose State University, and received his Associate of Arts Degree from West Valley College in Saratoga, California.