Other 2019-02-06T16:46:32+00:00

Other – Requests for Bids & Proposals for Personal Services and Non-Construction Projects

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Consultant Services for Short Term Rental Regulations 16B-2018
The City of Bellingham is looking for a consultant that will work with the City of Bellingham’s Planning and Community Development Department staff to provide professional support services for the implementation of the City’s short-term rental (STR) regulations. The consultant will be tasked with the following: Create and maintain a database of STRs. Monitor STRs for compliance with the City’s STRs regulations and assist the City with code enforcement. Coordinate with City staff as needed on other STR monitoring and enforcement activities.
Interested vendors may view the solicitation documents on the City of Bellingham website at https://www.ebidexchange/bellingham or in person at the Purchasing Office, 2221 Pacific Street, Bellingham WA 98229 between the hours of 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
Questions can be addressed to the Purchasing Office at the above address or by calling 360-778-7750. The Purchasing Office, 2221 Pacific St., Bellingham WA 98229 must receive sealed bids/quotes/proposals no later than 11:00 AM on February 12th, 2018. The sealed bids/quotes/proposals will be opened and read after the 11:00 AM deadline.
Contact City of Bellingham’s Purchasing Department for additional information at 360-778-7750.

RFQ Farmland Legacy Program Easement Monitoring
Skagit County Public Works Department invites the submittal of written statements of qualifications from individuals or firms interested in providing easement monitoring services in support of the County’s Farmland Legacy Program.
SUMMARY OF PROJECT WORK The selected easement monitor will be required to perform tasks including, but not necessarily limited to, the following: 1.Establish baseline documentation and new monitoring files when necessary. 2.Establish and submit a monitoring schedule to ensure all properties with easements are monitored annually. 3.Assist FLP staff in delivering reports and information to appropriate partner agencies, such as the USDA. 4.Alert the FLP Coordinator of conservation easement violations or issues. 5.Present a monitoring report to the Conservation Futures Advisory Committee. 6.Monitoring work is typically completed between April through October and averages 80 hours a month. 7.Other related tasks and services as required.
SUBMITTAL SHOULD INCLUDE: 1.A cover letter (including firm name, phone number, address, and e-mail address) and introduction indicating your or your firm’s interest in the Farmland Legacy Program for easement monitoring services and highlighting the qualifications of key personnel to perform the work. 2.Statement of qualifications, included related experience. 3.Up to three examples of related work with references. 4.Approach to project work and ability to meet schedule. Note: Responses must be limited to 4 pages, or 2 pages double sided, including the cover letter, and be submitted on 8.5″ by 11″ paper.
SUBMITTALS WILL BE EVALUATED AND RANKED BASED ON RESPONSES TO: 1.Qualifications and experience with agriculture, easements and/or working with individual landowners. 2.Examples of similar completed work. 3.Past performance and references. 4.Proof of licensure. Selection will be made on qualifications submitted. Highest ranking contractors will be interviewed.
For questions regarding Skagit County’s Title VI Program, you may contact the Public Works Department’s Title VI Liaison, Keith Elefson, at (360) 416-1456.
The response, whether hand delivered or mailed, must arrive at the Skagit County Public Works Department no later than 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, February 28, 2019, addressed to: Kara Symonds Farmland Legacy Program Coordinator Skagit County Public Works Department 1800 Continental Place Mount Vernon, WA 98273 Email: karas@co.skagit.wa.us Phone: (360) 416-1447
For additional information and any questions, please contact Kara Symonds Farmland Legacy Program Coordinator Skagit County Public Works Department 1800 Continental Place Mount Vernon, WA 98273 Email: karas@co.skagit.wa.us Phone: (360) 416-1447

RFP 501c3 Organizations – Sellable Items & Building Materials
The Island County Department of Public Works issues this Request for Proposals (RFP) to local nonprofit 501(3)(c) organizations interested in participating in a project to reduce waste at the Solid Waste Complex in Coupeville, WA by providing recovery of sellable items, building materials, and other hard-to-recycle materials that are otherwise thrown away as trash. Examples include usable acrylic/latex paint, planting pots, electronics, and useable building materials. It will be for the operation of a reusable materials store and hard-to-recycle materials center located within the Solid Waste Complex, Coupeville, Washington
Sealed proposals will be received (1) by email to m.clark@co.island.wa.us; or (2) by hand-delivery to Island County Public Works (Attn: Gene Clark), 1 NE Sixth St., Coupeville, WA; or (3) by mail to Island County Public Works, ATTN: Gene Clark, P.O. Box 5000, Coupeville, WA 98239-5000 until 1:00 p.m., Monday, March 4, 2019. Proposals received by the Department of Public Works after 1:00 p.m., Monday, March 4, 2019 will not receive consideration. All e-mails or envelopes containing proposals shall be clearly marked “REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS, 1:00 p.m., March 4, 2019” either in the e-mail Subject line or on the envelope.
Proposals shall conform to the instructions included in the Request for Proposals Packet (see below). Proposals will be evaluated and scored for conformity to parameters listed in the Request for Proposals Packet. The contract term will be three years with the ability to extend for two additional terms of two years each, for a total contract time of up to 7 years.
DOCUMENT VIEWING: RFP packets, including Sample Contract, Terms & Conditions and Scope of Work, and proposal instructions may be obtained free of charge by telephoning 360.679.7386 or emailing m.clark@co.island.wa.us Questions may be directed to Gene Clark at the telephone number above.
PROJECT VIEWING: A viewing of the project will be held Wednesday February 13, at 2:00 p.m. at the Solid Waste Complex, 20018 SR 20, Coupeville. Viewing participants may check in at the Scalehouse. Participation is recommended but not mandatory