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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS/PROPOSALS (RFQ/P)
Cultural Resources Support for the Dune to Pond Trail
The City requests Statements of Qualifications/Proposals (SOQ/P) from qualified firms interested in providing professional services to conduct a cultural resources survey and assessment, and to provide input to a 4(f) analysis. This work would support development of the proposed Dune to Pond project, a 3,500 linear foot trail.
The RFQ/P and attachments are available here: RFQ/P. Any addenda will be listed here as well. The City will e-mail addenda to any firm requesting them and registering a single valid e-mail point-of-contact. A request to be registered should be e-mailed to email@example.com, and “Dune to Pond” should be placed in the subject line. Failure to register will mean you will not be notified of any addenda, which may result in a non-responsive proposal.
The period of performance is estimated to be October 15 to December 15, 2015.
Contract Title: Dune to Pond Trail Cultural Resources Support
SOQ/Ps Delivery: Hard copy must be received in Long Beach City Hall by 5 pm on August 24, 2015 (no postmarks, no e-mails, and no faxes). Mailed or hand delivered only. Send to –
Gayle Borchard, Director
City of Long Beach Community Development Department
PO Box 310
115 Bolstad West
Long Beach, WA 98631
Attention: DUNE TO POND SOQ/P ENCLOSED
This work is funded in part by the Federal Highway Administration, and applicable federal requirements apply. Women-, minority-, and veteran-owned businesses are encouraged to respond. The City of Long Beach is an Equal-Employment Opportunity employer.
City of Long Beach, Washington – Vision & Goals:
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.
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