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: loc@orcities.org.

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

 

Bay City - Park Master Plan

The City of Bay City is seeking a professional services firm to provide the necessary planning services to prepare the Al Griffin Memorial Park Master Plan for the next Oregon Park and Recreation Departments grant cycle due May 15, 2020.

A. Part One – Park Master Plan Grant Writing Services

This work will provide grant writing services to to develop a master plan for the Al Griffin Memorial Park. Grant writing to include: Oregon Parks and Recreation Small Community Planning Grant, Ford Family Foundation and TLT Grants.

B. Part Two – Park Master Plan

Upon successful completion of part one of this RFP, the City of Bay City intends to retain the successful consultant to provide planning services to evaluate potential uses and programming of the park to develop a master plan that is responsive to the site, environmentally sensitive and sustainable. The plan will include written and graphic analysis and recommendations.

More information and submission requirements are available on the city's website.  Proposals should outline experience and qualifications in performing work directly related to services outlined in the RFP.  Notice of Award is expected on or before October 9, 2019. Submission deadline: September 20, 2019 at 12:00 p.m.
 

Bay City - Playground and Day Use Area Improvements

The City of Bay City is seeking a professional services firm to provide the necessary planning services to prepare designs and construction management for the Watt Family Park Playground & Day Use Area Improvements for the next Oregon Park and Recreation Departments grant cycle due April 1, 2020.

A. Part One – Grant Writing Services

This work will provide grant writing services to develop the Watt Family Park Playground & Day Use Area Improvements. Grant writing to include: Oregon Parks and Recreation Local Government Grant Program, Ford Family Foundation and TLT Grants.

B. Part Two – Additional Design Services

Upon successful completion of part one of this RFP, the City of Bay City intends to retain the successful consultant to provide planning, design, and construction management services to develop plans and specifications that are responsive to the site and community, environmentally sensitive and sustainable.

This work will include preparing construction contract documents Including design plans and specifications, bidding documents and construction contracts. The Consultant will oversee the contractor and vendor selection process and provide construction management services for the City for the development of the park’s playground and day use area.

More information and submission requirements are available on the city's website.  Proposals should outline experience and qualifications in performing work directly related to services outlined in the RFP.  Notice of Award is expected on or before October 9, 2019. Submission deadline: September 20, 2019 at 12:00 p.m.
 

Lincoln City - A Call for Artists: Public Art Installation Project

As part of its Public Art Master Plan adopted in 2018, the City of Lincoln City intends to commission an engaging and remarkable public art installation at the Lincoln City Cultural Center.  This is a Request for Qualifications and a call for artists and artist teams who would like to be considered for this commission:  a signature art piece that will be location on Hwy 101 in full view of 8.8 million vehicles that travel down the highway each year.  In accordance with the Master Plan guidelines, the installation should "communicate an exuberant welcome to Lincoln City using color and forms to express the pleasure of connecting to a place of spectacular natural beauty." 

You can download the RFQ from the Lincoln City website

Deadline for submissions is November 1, 2019 by 5pm.  Please submit via email to Liz Francis, Executive Assistant to the Director at lfrancis@lincolncity.org
               

Maupin - Site Development

City of Maupin’s City Council is pleased to announce a development offering for a key parcel in the center of downtown on Deschutes Avenue between 4th and 5th Streets known as City Hall and SWC Library. This request is intended to provide an opportunity for developers to demonstrate their interest and capability to redevelop the property consistent with the vision and goals stated in the RFP.  View the RFP.

RFP responses are due by 4:00 p.m. (PST) on October 30, 2019.  Contact: Maupin City Hall 541-395-2698.


Mosier - Municipal Auditor

The City of Mosier is seeking the professional services of a certified Municipal Auditor. The Request for Proposal with submission details and contact information can be found here: https://mosiercitycouncil.files.wordpress.com/2019/09/city_of_mosier_auditor_rfp.pdf

A full RFP packet is available on the City of Mosier website at http://www.cityofmosier.com. Submissions must be received by 4:00 p.m. October 4, 2019. Electronic submissions are preferred and should be sent to Jayme Bennett, City Recorder, jayme.bennett@cityofmosier.com.