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RFP: Update 2009 Plan of Conservation and Development, West Hartford, CT

Due May 18, 2018

The Town of West Hartford (Town) is seeking proposals to assist with preparation of an update of the Town’s 2009 Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD). The Town welcomes submittals from firms or professionals that have the qualifications and expertise to undertake this update in accordance with statutory requirements and the scope of services.  Interested firms/professionals shall have extensive experience and knowledge in the fields of municipal planning and zoning including, but not limited to, sustainability, housing, economic development, transportation, historic preservation, open space, and land use.  In addition, interested firms/professionals shall demonstrate extensive experience in the design and effective execution of community engagement and public participatory efforts related to municipal planning initiatives.

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RFP: Danville East-West Activity Connections Activity Center Master Planning, Vermont

Due May 1, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.

The Town of Danville has received a Better Connections grant from the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) and Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development (ACCD) to develop a multi-modal travel corridor from the gateway of the Village Center to the West Danville village core at Joe’s Pond. The Town is seeking the services of a qualified consultant to develop a detailed master plan for key activity nodes along this corridor. Anticipated outcomes from this master planning project are:

• Safe trail crossings;

• Trail connectivity to the Village Center;

• Parking in and around activity nodes;

• Village Center development and redevelopment opportunities, including the historic train depot;

• Multimodal linkage between Danville Village and West Danville; and

• Effective marketing, economic development strategies and wayfinding to connect trail users and Route 2 travelers to local attractions and businesses

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RFP: Conduct a Statewide Housing Needs Assessment, State of Connecticut

The Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) is looking for qualified individuals or entities to conduct a data-driven housing assessment of the current and future housing needs throughout the State of Connecticut (the “State”) that can be replicable by CHFA.  Topic areas include but are not limited to the assessment of existing housing conditions, demographic, market demands (present and future), public access to infrastructure and transportation, job growth, and identification of critical market gaps and issues.  The assessment should (1) analyze the gap between statewide housing inventory and the State’s current housing needs and projected housing for both rental and ownership over the next year, five years, ten years and fifteen years; and (2) identify how housing needs vary by relevant demographic characteristics, including but not limited to, income, age, familial status, disability status, and race.


In determining current and projected housing needs for the gap analysis described above, prioritization should be given to access to “affordable housing,” as defined in Connecticut General Statute section 8-39a, as housing for which persons and families pay thirty per cent or less of their annual income, where such income is less than or equal to the area median income for the municipality in which such housing is located, as determined by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.


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RFP: RFP2018-296 Limited Scope Zoning Code Rewrite  – Warwick, RI

The City of Warwick is inviting qualified planning and zoning consultants, and multi-disciplinary firms, individuals and/or teams to submit a written proposal in response to this Request for Proposals (RFP) to provide professional services for the purpose of performing a limited scope zoning code rewrite of the City of Warwick Zoning Ordinance.  The purpose of this project is to perform a limited scope rewrite of the City’s zoning code to address contemporary issues in: land use, signage (LED), sustainable systems and medical marijuana while deleting legally inconsistent statutes, updating definitions and provisions within the code, and adding performance criteria and aesthetics/design requirements that are consistent with the City’s Comprehensive Plan. For more information, please click the following links:  Information  Addendum #2


RFP: On-Call Planning and Grant Writing Consulting Services – Tiverton, RI

The Town of Tiverton, RI is requesting proposals from qualified public entity or private firms (hereinafter referred to as “Proposer”) for on-call Planning and Grant Writing Consulting Services. A successful Proposer shall have at least five years of prior experience on planning, plan review, or grant writing projects. All Proposers responding to this RFP will be evaluated on the basis of their expertise, prior experience, demonstrated competence, ability to meet the project schedules, adequate staffing, reference check, project understanding, cost and responsiveness to the needs and concerns of the Town of Tiverton.

All Proposals must have a detailed schedule of compensation expected by the Proposer, as well as a detailed description of costs and other fees incurred by the Proposer. Payment for grant writing services may be made on a contingency basis, provided the grant conditions allow for such payment.

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