Community Revitalization Plan for the SR 173 Corridor, Bridgeport WA
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SOLICITATION
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
The City of Bridgeport, Washington, is seeking proposals from qualified firms to assist in the preparation of a Community Revitalization Plan for the SR 173 corridor through the community. The scope of work includes: 1) Conduct an inventory, assessment and analysis of existing physical structures, infrastructure and land ownership within the project area; 2) Initiate and facilitate a community involvement process with focus on land owners within the project area; 3) Prepare goals and policies based on community desires with respect to economic redevelopment, the rehabilitation and development of housing (including multi-family rental housing) and the improvement or expansion of infrastructure (including streetscape, pedestrian facilities—complete streets); 4) Prepare prioritized objectives and a timetable, estimated costs and potential funding sources for implementing the objectives; and 5) Preparation and presentation of final report providing documentation and analysis of tasks 1-4.
The project budget is approximately $30,000 with completion date estimated for September 1, 2020. For more information about the project, contact: Judy Brown, City Clerk at 509 686 4041 or email@example.com.
One or more firms will be selected for an interview based upon the following criteria categories, weighted as indicated: Qualification of key personnel (2); Relevant experience as demonstrated on previous projects (2); Previous performance (1); Expressed interest in the project (1) and Washington State Certified Minority Enterprise Participation (0.5).
Firms desiring consideration shall submit a complete proposal, and any other pertinent data to further assist the selection committee in evaluating the firm’s proposal to: City of Bridgeport, P.O. Box 640, 1206 Columbia Ave, Bridgeport, WA 98813. Proposal packages should be submitted to arrive no later than 4:00 PM on January 3, 2020.
The most highly rated firm will be selected for negotiation of the professional service contract. The project will be partially funded through the Washington State Community Development Block Grant program with federal funds. As a result, a number of state and federal equal opportunity and affirmative action requirements will apply to the selection process and conduct of the project.
The city of Bridgeport is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.
Minority - and women-owned firms are encouraged to submit proposals.