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 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.


 Michigan Fitness Foundation and Michigan Department of Transportation 

Michigan Fitness Foundation (MFF), in partnership with the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT), is seeking proposals for a pedestrian safety education campaign in Southeast Michigan (SE MI), where pedestrian crashes are highest in the state. The project will engage three SE MI communities as pilot sites for the campaign with the goal to:
  • Educate Michigan citizens—pedestrians and drivers alike—about best practices and laws surrounding pedestrian transportation in order to reduce the total number of pedestrian crashes, fatalities, and severity of injuries in three target communities in SE MI.
Two Requests for Proposals (RFP) have been released seeking professional firms and qualifying institutions to submit a written proposal to 1) conduct research, assess community need, and lead evaluation, and to 2) develop and deliver the multimedia pedestrian safety campaign. Proposals are due by 3:00 p.m., August 3.
“Preparing pedestrians and drivers to be safe is key,” said MFF President and CEO Amy Ghannam. “We must work together to ensure the safety of all Michigan citizens.” The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Bike/Ped Assessment (March 2018) charged the State of Michigan and organizations involved with pedestrian safety to lead an educational effort focused on pedestrian safety. This charge, coupled with Michigan’s steady increase of pedestrian crashes, has created a call to action to expand awareness and reduce pedestrian injuries and fatalities.
“Our goal is to have a successful pilot campaign that will also be able to be customized and used again by communities across Michigan,” said MDOT Transportation Alternatives Program Manager Mike Smith. The pilot materials will be available to other communities throughout Michigan, and potentially across the country, interested in implementing a similar campaign. For the purpose of the campaign, SE MI is defined as the seven counties in Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG) service area: Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Livingston, Monroe, St. Clair, and Washtenaw.
The multimedia campaign will also be supported in part by the Ralph C. Wilson Foundation.
Posted July 21, 2020

Master Planner, Architect & Engineering Services

Jackson Housing Commission

Jackson Housing Commission, located in Jackson, Michigan is requesting proposals from qualified firms with experience in Affordable Housing Development and related Financing requirements, such as Tax Credits along with experience with the City of Jackson, Michigan’s development process or partnerships to create the combined experience.  A Pre-proposal Conference will be held July 29, 2020 at 1:00pm. Obtain the RFP and also submit proposals at Housing Agency Marketplace ( 

Visit for instructions on how to register on the Housing Agency Marketplace.  Registration is free when you only select Jackson Housing Commission for RFP retrieval and proposal submission.

Important: Prospective respondents and all those concerned are hereby informed that the following changes to the above solicitations are made a part of the bid documents. Please note that the ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF ADDENDA FORM can be found attached to the RFP Solicitation Documents. This form must be completed and returned as a part of the response to this solicitation. Failure to complete and submit the ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF ADDENDA FORM will deem this response as non-responsive.  Please visit for a complete copy of JHC-2020-03 Addendums #1, #2, # 3, #4 and #5.

Posted: July 20, 2020 

City of Grosse Pointe Park

The City of Grosse Pointe Park is requesting proposals from qualified consultants to assist the Grosse Pointe Park community in revising and updating its Master Plan. This plan shall be developed in accordance with the Michigan Planning Enabling Act (Act 33 of 2008, as amended), as well as to the specifications of a Redevelopment Ready Communities-approved master plan, the details of which are outlined in Best Practice 1.1: The Plans within the MEDC’s Redevelopment Ready Communities Best Practices Guidebook. The City will accept proposals until 2:00 p.m. on Friday, July 31, 2020.

The full RFP including how to submit a proposal can be found on the City website here:

Any questions concerning the Proposal shall be directed to:

Nick Sizeland, City Manager


[email protected]

Posted: June 29, 2020