Chloe Weigle

I have hoped to be a steward of the environment since a young age, but my studies and involvement in various organizations over the years has led me down the path of public service and community interest design. I believe that collaboration and understanding others is key to improving our communities, and any chance to engage in these interactions is a step in the right direction.


Chloe is a designer with a passion for community design. She has experience working with companies, municipalities, and constituents hoping to implement trails in their communities. She has practical and technical skills in implementing various types of site design including rooftops, urban plazas, and VA cemeteries. During her time at UGA, she received several awards including the Dean Student Service Award and ASLA Student Merit Award. Chloe was also honored as a University Olmsted Scholar, UGA Amazing Student, and Blue Key Honor Society Member. Her focused interests include urban agriculture, water conservation systems, and social design.