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  • Freightway Site Redevelopment Study

    The Village is seeking competitive proposals from qualified planning firms with experience in successfully navigating complex community and site dynamics to achieve, through thoughtful, meaningful public engagement, realistic Goals and Objectives for the redevelopment of the Freightway site. The intent is to provide clear, community-based guidance which a developer can translate into a pleasing, economically viable project to enhance the Village Center and meet local needs.

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  • UPDATE OF COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AND AMENDMENTS TO VILLAGE ZONING CODE

    The Village of Tarrytown, in Westchester County, New York, is seeking proposals from qualified planners, planning firms or other entities deemed qualified to provide such planning and zoning services associated with the Village’s Train Station and Waterfront study. The area in the vicinity of the Metro North Railroad Station (MNR) and the area along the Hudson River waterfront was zoned in the 1950’s based upon the current uses of property. Many of the uses in this area were industrial based upon the development patterns along and near the river when people had no interest in the river, especially living adjacent to the river. Commencing in 2005, the Village conducted public hearings to amend the Zoning Code to provide for non-industrial uses along a major portion of the riverfront, including residential uses. In 2013, with the development push for Transit Oriented Development and interest from property owners for new types of development in the various zones in the area of the train station and the waterfront, the Board of Trustees established a Steering Committee to review and report on what uses might be considered for a study area established by the Board. The first phase of the study culminated in a December 2014 report entitled Tarrytown Station Area Strategic Plan. The second phase of the process culminated in a report entitled Tarrytown Connected. A Framework for the Station Area & Waterfront. The Board of Trustees has authorized moving forward, using the Tarrytown Connected report as a framework and working with the Steering Committee, to update the Village’s Comprehensive Plan and to amend the Village’s Zoning Code to address the findings from the report. The Village last updated the entire Comprehensive Plan document in 2007, with a specific update for a zoning district called the Historic Commons district in 2014. The Steering Committee created by the Board to work with the planning consultant to complete the first two reports will be maintained and expanded in order to work with the selected proponent(s) on the Comprehensive Plan updates and the Zoning Code amendments.

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  • RFP-HUDSON HIGHLANDS FJORD TRAIL GEIS AND ENGINEERING FOR RIVERFRONT TRAIL SEGMENT

    HUDSON HIGHLANDS FJORD TRAIL GEIS AND CONSTRUCTION-READY ENGINEERING AND BID DOCUMENTS FOR THE RIVERFRONT TRAIL SEGMENT RFP for consultant services to complete the GEIS and engineering work to advance the completion of the Hudson Highlands Fjord Trail in the scenic Hudson Highlands region of the Hudson River Valley north of NYC. The Town (Philipstown) has been […]

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  • RFP Town of North Castle, NY Comprehensive Plan

    The Town of North Castle is soliciting qualified consulting firms to submit a proposal to prepare a Comprehensive Plan for the Town. The first Town Development Plan (comprehensive plan) was adopted in 1958. The plan has since been updated in 1967, 1974 and 1996. The Town is therefore seeking a new update to the Comprehensive […]

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  • RFP: Freese Park Master Plan, Norwalk, CT

    The Norwalk Redevelopment Agency, Norwalk, CT, is seeking a qualified professional planning firm or consultant to facilitate a community planning process that culminates in a Freese Park Master Plan,  including construction plans and bid specifications. The selected consultant will facilitate public outreach efforts, develop conceptual elements based on the input received through public participation efforts, […]

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