Requests for Proposals

 

 

RFP listings on this site are posted for three months unless the posted deadline is reached. Web site postings cost $75. To submit an RFP ad, email the description to tfaupel@planningmi.org and place "RFP ad" in the subject field.

Posting requirements:  Ads shall be submitted in word, and contain no more than 250 words.  We are happy to add links and/ or one pdf attachment.

 


Request for Proposals

Village of Shelby

The Village of Shelby, Michigan is currently accepting proposals from qualified firms with expertise in zoning for leading a zoning ordinance rewrite for the Village. Proposals received via the RFP process will be reviewed by the Village Planning Commission and Village Administrator.

Currently, the Village does not have a zoning ordinance dedicated to uses only in the Village. The current zoning ordinance governing land use in the Village was designed for the “Shelby Community,” which includes the Township. Therefore, the Village is seeking a zoning ordinance specific to the Village. For more information, visit shelbyvillage.com/planning-commission and shelbyvillage.com/ordinances.

Please submit proposals electronically to Brady Selner, Village Administrator at [email protected] by March 22, 2021.

To view the full RFP, click here or go to shelbyvillage.com/ordinances.

Posted: January 27, 2021


Request for Proposals

Clinton County

Clinton County is seeking proposals from qualified firms to provide professional services to assist the County with a Zoning Ordinance update. More information can be found here. Proposals are due by 5 pm on January 5, 2021.

Posted: December 16, 2020 


Request for Proposals

Tyrone Township

Tyrone Township Livingston County is seeking contracted professional planning services. Please click on the link to access the Tyrone Township website and the RFP.

http://www.tyronetownship.us/Information/BidorProposalRequests.aspx

Posted: November 25, 2020


Request for Qualifications

City of Portage

The City of Portage Department of Community Development is seeking the assistance of a qualified consultant or consulting firm with specific professional expertise in the preparation of a Master Plan under the requirements of Public Act 33 of 2008 (the Michigan Planning Enabling Act). Consultants are being asked submit a Statement of Qualifications to the City describing the firm’s general qualifications and expertise to perform this work, which will be evaluated to identify the preferred finalists that will then be invited to prepare and submit a detailed proposal and cost estimate for the project.

The current City Comprehensive Plan was adopted in 2014 and there have been a number of additional planning efforts that need to be incorporated into this update including: Lake Center Comprehensive Plan; Lake Center Housing, Retail and Commercial Study; Crossroads Mall Area Strategic Plan; Retail Market Analysis for the entire city and Housing Market Study for the entire city.

Please submit qualifications electronically to Christopher Forth, AICP, Interim Development Director, City of Portage Department of Community Development at [email protected]. The deadline for the submission is Wednesday, December 9th at 3:00 PM.  For more information, this Request for Qualifications (RFQ) is available to download on the City of Portage website.

Posted: November 2, 2020


Request for Proposals

Horace, North Dakota

The City of Horace, North Dakota is currently accepting proposals from qualified firms with expertise in zoning for leading a process resulting in the preparation of the new zoning and subdivision ordinance for the City. Proposals received via the RFP process will be reviewed by an evaluation committee comprised of City staff and selected representatives with interests in zoning matters in the City of Horace.

Please submit proposals electronically to Barrett Voigt, Community Development Director at [email protected] The deadline for the submission of proposals is Thursday, November 25th at 12:00 PM CDT. If there are any questions regarding this RFP, please contact Barrett Voigt by November 4th by email or phone at (701) 552-1608. Applicants are encouraged to submit proposals early to avoid any technical difficulties. Late submissions will not be accepted, no exceptions.

For more information, this Request for Proposals (RFP) is available to download on the City of Horace website: https://www.cityofhorace.com/2244/Request-For-Proposals-RFP.  

Posted: October 26, 2020


Request for Proposals

Central Upper Peninsula Planning and Development

The Central Upper Peninsula Planning and Development (CUPPAD) Regional Commission is seeking proposals for a package of services to assist to in the development of a region-wide economic recovery and resiliency strategy. The region includes the six counties of Alger, Dickinson, Delta, Marquette, Menominee, and Schoolcraft in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. CUPPAD is in the process of developing a six-county regional economic recovery and resilience strategy which will become a component of CUPPAD’s Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS). To build this document, it is our expectation to support the creation of six individual county-based strategies, starting with our largest and most economically diverse: Marquette County. To support this initiative, CUPPAD is seeking a firm which would be capable of hosting a region-wide virtual kickoff event for the program, development of a Marquette County-focused economic recovery and resiliency strategy, and provide training and a template document which could support the five other counties as they set out in the development of their own county-focused strategies.  

Please submit proposals electronically to Ryan Soucy, Senior Economic and Community Development Planner at [email protected]. The deadline for the submission of proposals is Wednesday, October 14th at 5:00 PM EST. If there are any questions regarding this RFP, please contact Ryan Soucy by October 9th by email or phone at (231) 818-8019. An email confirming receipt of your submission will be sent within 24 hours. Applicants are encouraged to submit proposals early to avoid any technical difficulties. Late submissions will not be accepted, no exceptions.

More information can be found here.

Posted September 29, 2020