Requests for Proposals Submit an RFP
The Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments (MetroCOG) and Greater Bridgeport Transit (GBT) are issuing this Request for Information (RFI) to gather information about current best practices and emerging technologies in the shared active transportation industry. This RFI will inform policies to permit operation of shared active transportation in the public right of way. Shared active transportation equipment vendors, operators, technology specialists, logistics experts, social entrepreneurs, and enthusiasts working nationally or internationally are all welcome to respond to this RFI.
The Town of Danby, New York is soliciting proposals from qualified consultants for a Housing Conditions Survey of the town. This work is funded in large part through a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) for which the Town is a sub-recipient from the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal (HCR). Results of this Housing Conditions Survey (HCS) will help decisionmakers, stakeholders and community members develop a meaningful sense of the housing conditions that exist in the Town, an understanding of key housing issues, and a compilation of the relevant data. This information will be critical to the Town for formulating various community policies and to inform preparation of compelling housing rehabilitation proposals in the future, for which CDBG or other funding may be sought.
Qualified consultants are asked to fully consider the scope of services and the contracting and submission requirements described in the Request for Proposals (RFP) prior to submitting proposals. The Town will work diligently to follow and comply with all HCR, US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) CDBG, and other State and Federal guidance, laws, and regulations which apply to this CDBG-funded project, this procurement, and any contract executed by the Town through this RFP. This compliance includes all provisions which are clearly stated in Chapter 4 of the HCR CDBG Grant Administration Manual on Procurement Standards. The applicable elements of the contract provisions stated in Exhibits 4-1 & 4-2 of that manual will be included in every contract associated with this RFP. While many of these provisions are for construction contracts instead of planning projects such as this, these exhibits are included as Attachment A to this RFP.
This RFP is posted on the Town’s Planning & Zoning web page https://towndanby.digitaltowpath.org:10768/content/Departments/View/7. As further described in this RFP, that web page will be the central source for information and, while changes to this RFP are not expected to be made, any potential changes. Proposals are due to the Town of Danby no later than August 23, 2019.
The Town of Poughkeepsie has established a Comprehensive Plan Review Committee (CPRC) to prepare an Update to its 2007 Town Plan and Final Generic Environmental Impact Statement (FGEIS). The Town will receive sealed proposals from qualified firms to work with the CPRC and Town staff to prepare the Comprehensive Plan Update. All proposals must be received by Noon (12:00 p.m.) on Friday, August 2, 2019. The Town’s Request for Proposals (RFP) and information about the Comprehensive Plan Review Committee’s work to date can be found at: http://www.townofpoughkeepsie.com/planning/cprc/index.html
The RFP document can be accessed at the following website https://www.townofriverheadny.gov/pview.aspx?id=42377&catid=118
Additional inquiries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for submissions is 4:00 pm on July 25, 2019.
Request for Proposals for Third-Party Environmental Review Consulting Services to the Village of Mamaroneck for a Proposed Self Storage Facility at 416 Waverly Ave
The Village seeks a consultant to assist the ZBA and other Village land use boards having jurisdiction with the review of all aspects of the application with the conduct, management and coordination of the environmental review of the application under SEQRA. To successfully complete these tasks, the consultant must have experience and expertise in evaluating development applications and their impacts related to land use and zoning, land, water and ecological resources, transportation, traffic and parking, socioeconomic and fiscal conditions, community facilities and services, utilities, visual resources, air quality and noise, historic and archeological resources, community character, and construction.
Full proposal is available here: https://www.village.mamaroneck.ny.us/sites/mamaroneckny/files/uploads/416_waverly_ave_rfp_3rd_party_environmental_review_services_6-27-19.pdf
The Lower Manhattan Development Corporation (“LMDC”) and The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (“PANYNJ”) are seeking proposals from qualified parties (“Respondent” or “Respondent Team”) for the disposition and redevelopment of World Trade Center (“WTC”) Site 5 (the “Project”). As the last remaining property available in the transformed WTC campus, Site 5 presents a much anticipated, premier development opportunity in New York City. Its location is unparalleled, immediately adjacent to the renowned One World Trade Center, prominent 3WTC, 4WTC, and 7WTC office buildings, and iconic Oculus transit hub.
Town of Philipstown, NY: Putnam County, Hudson Valley East.
The Philipstown Comprehensive Plan Update Committee will shortly issue an RFP seeking the services of a Planning Firm or Planning Consultant to assist it in finalizing its draft Goals and preparing Implementation Recommendations for each goal. For information see draft goals : https://sites.google.com/view/philipstown2020/draft-comprehensive-plan-update
To receive the RFP please send you name, contact information and website address to : email@example.com. Thank you.
The City of White Plains is pleased to release this Request For Proposals (RFP) for the redevelopment of approximately 4.5-acres adjacent to the White Plains Metro-North railroad station within the White Plains Transit District.
It is the City’s intent to identify a development team through this RFP process to redevelop the properties in a manner that achieves the goals and objectives of the White Plains Transit District Strategic Plan.
The RFP can be found on the City’s website at: cityofwhiteplains.com/TransitDistrictStudy
Given the nationwide trends of declining bus ridership, technological advances, and a greater range of available mobility options, Westchester County is embarking upon an overall assessment of its current transit system and a bus network redesign to better meet the emerging mobility needs of the region. The approach of this study is to utilize a ‘blank slate’ strategy to redesign transit service from the ground up by objectively reviewing existing transit conditions and determining market needs.
The RFP document may be obtained by contacting Ilana Wagner, Associate Planner, Westchester County Department of Public Works and Transportation, (914) 813-7805, or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. The RFP document is also available online at www.westchestergov.com/rfp.
The deadline for submission of proposals is 4:00 p.m. on July 10, 2019.
This is the first time that the Town of Mamaroneck has created a comprehensive plan to guide future policy and planning decisions. Therefore, the Town is requiring a very robust public outreach program that will be further detailed in this RFP.
B. Background and Community Description
The Town of Mamaroneck is a suburban community located in Southern Westchester County on the shores of Long Island Sound approximately 23 miles from New York City. The Town is comprised of its unincorporated area and the Villages of Larchmont and Mamaroneck. A portion of the Village of Mamaroneck, known as the Rye Neck section, lies in the Town of Rye. The Town government provides all local government services to the unincorporated area of the Town. Although the Villages have their own autonomous governments, the Town does provide a select menu of services to Village residents. The Plan will address some areas of shared services including housing and recreation, but the majority of the Plan, and especially the land use portion of the Plan, will relate only to the unincorporated area of the Town. According to the 2010 US Census, the population of the entire Town including the Villages is 29,156; the unincorporated Town population is 11,977.