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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONSENGINEERING SERVICESLong Beach Regional Biosolids Treatment and Disposal Engineering ReportCity of Long BeachThe City of Long Beach seeks professional engineering services to prepare a biosolids treatment and disposal report. This report will identify alternatives available for a regional facility to treat and dispose of biosolids from the City of Long Beach, City of Ilwaco and possibly other facilities in the region. The report will follow guidelines outlined in WAC 173-240-060 and the report will be submitted to the Department of Ecology for approval. Your Statement of Qualifications must be received no later than 4 pm on, Friday March 3, 2017 (no postmarks). Questions may be directed to Ariel Smith, Director of Community Development: 360.642.4421 or asmith@longbeachwa.gov. Send your SOQ to:City of Long Beach115 Bolstad WestPO Box 310Long Beach, WA 98631Attention: Biosolids - Engineering Services

Attention business owners!

Business Licensing Information To renew or establish a City of Long Beach business license please follow this link  Bring your business to Long Beach! Here are few businesses that we would love to see in Long Beach!
  • Glass Blowing
  • Pottery
  • Cold Storage
  • Candle Makers
  • Roller Skating Rink
  • Party Shop
  • Antique Mall
Our vision is to become a vibrant resort community that shares its unique coastal environment with residents, businesses, and visitors. We will manage our growth to provide a sound and diverse economic base where families can afford to live. We will create and maintain a pedestrian and bike friendly community that has excellent infrastructure to meet the needs of our businesses, residents, and visitors. We will create a sense of place by establishing a healthy Town Center. We will establish an atmosphere of cooperation with our neighbors all along the Peninsula. Together, we will strive for a community where we pay tribute to our rich cultural and natural heritage; a community that has quality health care and other essential services, and above all is a safe place where residents can live, work, and play.