Requests for Proposals Submit an RFP

  • City of Norwalk CT Affordable Housing Plan

    The City of Norwalk Planning & Zoning Office is soliciting proposals to develop the Norwalk Affordable Housing Action Plan (the “Plan”) for the City to actively address the potential economic, environmental, and social equity impacts to Norwalk’s affordable housing needs. An Affordable Housing Plan is required by the State of Connecticut through State Statute 8-30j and we intend to utilize the final product of this Request for Proposals to meet the requirements outlined in the State statute. The Housing Action Plan should provide comprehensive, and alternative, recommendations for targeted regulatory changes, strategic investments, and other tools. Though Norwalk does not currently have an active Affordable Housing Plan in place, current affordable housing initiatives are based off of goals outlined in the 2019 Plan of Conservation and Development for the City.

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  • Consultant to administer Peekskill’s Downtown Revitalization Fund

    The total budget for the Program Administrator is $70,000. Time commitment may average approximately 20 hours per week for two or potentially three years; exact hours per week may fluctuate depending on the workload and the efficiency of the consultant. It will be necessary for the Program Administrator to be in Peekskill as needed for site visits and to attend in-person meetings.
    For questions about this RFP, contact Jean Friedman, AICP, Director of Planning, in writing at by Wednesday, December 15, 2021.
    Please submit your proposal to the City Clerk by Thursday, January 6, 2022 at 11:00am.

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  • Massachusetts Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) Planning 2.0 Request for Responses

    The Massachusetts Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) program [, created in 2017, provides support for cities and towns in Massachusetts to identify climate hazards, assess vulnerabilities, and develop and implement action plans to improve resilience to climate change. As the program reaches its 5-year anniversary, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) is looking to work with a partner team to formulate a planning process, trainings, and resources for updating the MVP plans and the priority actions identified within them. We are looking to formulate an update process (nicknamed MVP Planning 2.0) that is accessible, inclusive, engaging, equitable, collaborative, and actionable. Project tasks include stakeholder engagement, developing step-by-step guidance of the update process, and creating tools and trainings to go along with the refreshed approach. The MVP program is committed to centering environmental justice and equity in MVP Planning 2.0 and is seeking to engage with a partner(s) that has expertise in this area as well as with climate resilience planning, creating engaging and accessible content, and working with local MA governments.

    The Request for Responses (RFR) can be found here [] , and closes at 5pm on November 22, 2021. Questions can be submitted through the Commbuys “Bid Q&A” or at the Bidders’ Conference (see the Procurement Calendar within the RFR). Responses to questions are estimated to be posted to Commbuys on November 2, 2021.

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  • Western Gateway Area Needs Report and Public Realm Framework

    This plan will identify existing and anticipated obstacles and challenges to the safe and efficient movement of pedestrians, vehicles, and goods around the Meatpacking District, and from these develop a strategic framework for the Western Gateway that addresses critical pedestrian safety and operational improvements within the area and extends the Meatpacking District’s urban design vocabulary to the area in order to reorient this area as a true gateway to the Meatpacking District.

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  • Village of Scarsdale- Strategic Mobility and Placemaking Plan

    In completing the mobility and placemaking study for the Village Center,
    the selected firm should focus on increasing pedestrian and cyclist safety,
    providing access for all users, improving traffic flow and circulation, activating
    public spaces, and increasing sustainability. The consultant should also
    perform comprehensive public engagement and establish communitysupported
    goals and strategies for achieving them.

    » Analyze intersection + crosswalk safety
    » Identify ways to prioritize pedestrians
    » Identify opportunities to enhance bicycle safety
    » Consider placement + implementation of micromobility
    » Improve pedestrian and bicycle access to and from the Village Center on
    Popham Road, Crane Road, and Fox Meadow Road
    » Identify opportunities to improve ADA compliance
    » Prioritize accessibility for all ages, mode choice, and abilities
    » Identify opportunities to increase neighborhood connectivity
    » Study traffic + parking flow
    » Consider a prioritized approach to provide driver information and reduce
    driver distraction
    » Analyze arterials feeding into the Village Center
    » Move toward low maintenance, sustainable streetscape elements
    » Identify opportunities for sustainable design practices and green
    » Consider how best to implement streetscape improvements
    » Evaluate wayfinding to transit, parking, and amenities
    » Evaluate design standards + branding
    » Consider most efficient and effective uses of public right-of-way
    » Identify ways to activate public spaces through sidewalk cafes, public
    space programming, and design improvements

    Interested parties should submit 5 hard copies of the proposal and one
    digital copy by Wednesday November 3, 2021. The hard copy and a USB
    containing the digital copy may either be dropped off or mailed to Scarsdale
    Village Hall. They should be sealed and indicate on the outside of the
    package the Respondent’s name, address, and “RFP: Mobility Study.”

    Submittals should be delivered to:
    Village of Scarsdale 1001 Post Road
    Scarsdale, NY 10583
    Attention: Greg Cutler, Village Planner

    Questions should be directed toward Village Planner, Greg Cutler via email at or by phone at 914-722-1132 by Friday October 29, 2021.

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  • Town of Stonington, CT Comprehensive Zoning Regulation Rewrite RFP

    The TOWN of STONINGTON is accepting sealed proposals for a Comprehensive Zoning Regulation Rewrite of the Town’s Zoning Regulations. Those interested in providing these Services as set forth in the RFP’s specifications are invited to submit their Proposals to Mr. James Sullivan, Director of Finance, at the Stonington Town Hall, 3rd Floor Finance Office, 152 Elm Street, Stonington, Connecticut 06378, until 2:00 pm local time on Thursday October 14, 2021 at which time the proposals received will be opened publicly and read aloud. Proposals submitted after this time will not be accepted. Each proposer must submit a sealed envelope, the outside of which must be clearly marked “RFP#2021-008 ENCLOSED – COMPREHENSIVE ZONING REGULATION REWRITE” and include the proposer’s company name and address.

    The full Request for Proposals, and submission documents, may be obtained on the Town’s website, under or on the CT DAS contracting portal.

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  • RFQ/RFI for 238 Green Street (currently the Washington Irving Boat Club) on the Tarrytown Waterfront

    The Village seeks creative approaches to redevelopment of the property – for park-based uses and a long-term franchise agreement – and wishes to potentially establish long-term relationships with the developer(s)/operators. Public access along the waterfront, not just for clients or customers, is one of the top priorities of the long term plans for this site.

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  • REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL : 2021 Westchester County Residents Recreation Preferences Survey

    The consultant will develop a questionnaire based in part on the 2008 questionnaire for a random survey of at least 750 countywide residents or a sample size determined to be statistically valid to address the following additional issues:

    1) Current involvement of residents in recreational activities in general.
    2) Residents’ awareness/use of County parks/facilities/programs for residents of sub-regions of Westchester County.
    3) Identify the most preferred park facilities.
    4) Identify who the users of County parks are in terms of residence (zip code), race, age, sex and income.
    5) Identify unmet recreational needs by race, age, sex, income, and types of facilities residents would like to see developed.
    6) Identify the transportation, parking and access needs of the residents to get to County parks and programs, including transportation needs for residents of urban neighborhoods.
    7) Identify non-park users and why they don’t use the parks.
    8) Identify the public preference for user fees vs. a tax levy based system.
    9) Identify whether the public recognizes the benefits the parks system provides in relation to personal health, family life, constructive use of time, youth employment, economic benefits, etc.
    10) Identify specific and emerging trail user needs.
    11) Identify the need for additional ball fields and facilities in the county.
    12) Conduct time series analysis between 2008 survey and the 2021 survey.
    13) Tabulate and analyze existing park user data obtained by the Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation.
    14) Conduct a manual or automated counting of bicycle and pedestrian trailway usage in peak and non-peak seasons.
    15) Conduct a manual or automated counting of non-monitored parking lot utilization by day and time of week during peak and non-peak seasons.
    16) Develop a long-term QR code continuous survey and feedback system for park kiosks and trailheads.
    17) Establish a web site that will be home to the results of the statistical survey, the continuous QR survey analysis as well as a public comment and Departmental feedback blog.
    18) Evaluate the extent to which changes in park use during the COVID-19 pandemic may be temporary or may result in permanent shifts in park use following the pandemic.

    Please view the RFP at

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  • Upper Delaware Council RFP for Fiscal Sustainability Plan and Economic Analysis

    The UDC is seeking an Independent Contractor to develop a long-term fiscal sustainability plan for the Upper Delaware Council Inc. and/or to update a 1995 Lehigh University economic analysis titled Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River: Impact of the River Management Plan on the Finances of Local Governments in NY and PA. Sealed bids due by 6/28 and project completion by 12/1/21. Complete RFP available at Contact Executive Director Laurie Ramie at: UDC, P.O. Box 192, 211 Bridge St., Narrowsburg, NY 12764, (845) 252-3022 or

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  • The City of Greensburg Comprehensive Plan Update RFP

    The City of Greensburg is seeking the services of a qualified team of Consultants to guide a highly focused, collaborative design process for the Comprehensive Plan Update Project for the City of Greensburg.
    The objective is to provide City Council, Planning Commission, City staff, City residents and the business community with a compelling vision and plan that can be used as a tool to guide decision-making and development to the year 2040.
    The scope of work includes the development of internal and external communication processes, assessment including any background research that needs to be completed prior to the development of the plan, planning a shared City-wide vision and development goals, outreach to ensure public involvement throughout each phase of the project and monitoring of data and information collected.
    Within the framework of the Comprehensive Plan Update Project, the planning effort will include two additional focus areas: 1) Parks and Recreation, and 2) Blight Mitigation. These focus areas will result in the development of a Comprehensive Recreation, Park and Open Space Plan (CRPOS) and a Blight Mitigation Strategy that will be adopted as part of the larger city-wide plan. Each should have the ability to stand on its own if necessary.
    According to the Request for Proposals (RFP) distributed by the City, proposals must be submitted to the City Planning & Development Office by 4:00 PM on Monday, July 26, 2021. A Work Group will evaluate proposals based on a series of criteria including: capacity and capability; relevant experience; quality of proposed work plan and budget; understanding of local context; and innovation and creativity. The consultant selected for the Comprehensive Update Plan Project will be selected on, or around, August 25, 2021. Funding for the Comprehensive Plan Update project has been secured through the 2020 Department of Conservation and Natural Resources C2P2funds, and the City’s FY2018 and FY 2019 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program.

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