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City of Long Beach, Washington – Vision & Goals:

Vision Statement:

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.

Goals:

  • Use and add to website to recruit business
  • Trail on the east side of town
  • Grave Yard of the Pacific Park development
  • Park area plan for area west and south of the Arch approach
  • City clean up and beautification

 

Dune to Pond Trail (D2P)


 

TWO REQUESTS FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQs)

1.  Engineering & Surveying

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
ENGINEERING SERVICES
Dune to Pond Trail Project
The City of Long Beach seeks professional services to for survey and design services for a 4,000 linear foot urban trail. The dune to Pond Trail will connect the city’s Boardwalk/Discovery Trail on the west to the Culbertson Park pond on the east. Qualified firms/professionals should have experience designing trail facilities in the Washington State coastal area; familiarity with Washington Department of DOT and Federal Highway Administration protocols and regulations a plus. Your Statement of Qualifications must be received no later than 4 pm on Friday, February 19, 2016 (no postmarks). Questions may be directed to Gayle Borchard, Director of Community Development: 360.642.4421 or planner@longbeachwa.gov. Questions received by 5 pm on February 16, 2016 will receive a response.
Send your SOQ to:
City of Long Beach
115 Bolstad West
PO Box 310
Long Beach, WA 98631
Attention: Dune to Pond Engineering Services


2.  Biological Assessment

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
BIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
Dune to Pond Trail Project
City of Long Beach
The City of Long Beach seeks professional services to conduct a biological assessment for a 4,000 linear foot urban trail. The dune to Pond Trail will connect the city’s Boardwalk/Discovery Trail on the west to the Culbertson Park pond on the east. Qualified firms/professionals should have experience preparing biological assessments in the Washington State coastal area; familiarity with Washington Department of DOT and Federal Highway Administration protocols and regulations a plus. Your Statement of Qualifications must be received no later than 4 pm on Friday, February 19, 2016 (no postmarks). Questions may be directed to Gayle Borchard, Director of Community Development: 360.642.4421 or planner@longbeachwa.gov. Questions received by 5 pm on February 16, 2016 will receive a response.
Send your SOQ:
City of Long Beach
115 Bolstad West
PO Box 310
Long Beach, WA 98631
Attention: Dune to Pond Biological Assessment


Here is some descriptive information:

Project Description

Conceptual Alignment