Request for Proposals

Cities can post an RFP for contract services at no charge. For non-members, the rate is $25.
To post an RFP, please e-mail your notice, along with the start date and the expiration date to:

For assistance, please call the League of Oregon Cities at: (503) 588-6550.

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Bandon - Municipal Court Judge

The City of Bandon is soliciting proposals for Municipal Court Judge.  The Court provides a local forum for the resolution of City municipal code violations, Oregon motor vehicle law violations, and misdemeanor or violations in Bandon as cited/investigated by the Bandon Police Department.  Interested parties, please see full RFP at Submissions are due by August 13, 2021, at 4:00 p.m.

Boardman - System Development Charge Update

The City of Boardman has in place a System Development Charge ordinance adopted in 1999 that covers water, wastewater, drainage, streets, flood controls, and parks. Practically the portions that have been analyzed and implemented are water and wastewater. The City is seeking an update to the formula, its methodology, and ordinance provisions consistent with both City of Boardman policy, the various adopted plans that govern public infrastructure, and requirements in Oregon Revised Statute. Components to be updated to the SDC methodology are water and wastewater with transportation and parks to be added. Other components may be considered based on time and budget. The project is anticipated to start approximately October 1, 2021 and conclude no later than June 30, 2022. Proposals are due by 4 p.m. on Friday, July 30, 2021.  For questions, contact City Manager Karen Pettigrew at View the RFP

Sandy - Comprehensive Plan

The City of Sandy is soliciting proposals from qualified consulting firms to assist on the City of Sandy Comprehensive Plan. Sealed RFQ submissions must be received by Jeff Aprati, City Recorder, at 39250 Pioneer Blvd., Sandy, OR 97055, on or before 5:00 p.m. PST on August 6, 2021. View the RFQ

Burns Paiute Tribe - Tribal Court Prosecuter

The Burns Paiute Tribe requests proposals from individual attorneys and law firms interested in serving as the Tribe’s Prosecutor on a part-time, contractual basis, for a two or three-year term. The Prosecutor will handle criminal cases, Indian Child Welfare cases, and certain other civil matters in the Burns Paiute Tribal Court (“Court”). The Tribe anticipates that the workload will require, on average, approximately 8 to 10 hours of legal services per month, although this could vary depending on the number and nature of cases being handled at any given time. Open until filled.  View RFP