Seattle’s Office of Planning and Community Development (OPCD) is inviting proposals for two related bodies of work on State Route 99 through South Park

Seattle’s Office of Planning and Community Development (OPCD) is inviting proposals for two related bodies of work on State Route 99 through South Park

Community Vision Plan development for Reconnect South Park

The City of Seattle’s Office of Planning and Community Development (OPCD) is requesting proposals for two separate but related bodies of work on the potential removal or restructuring of State Route 99 through South Park, Seattle:

1) the development of a Community Vision Plan, and

2) technical analysis of current conditions and the potential impacts of multiple alternative configurations.

Lead applicants for the Community Vision Plan development body of work must be neighborhood-based organizations active in the Duwamish Valley region of King County, WA.  The technical body of work is open to consultant teams with expertise in urban planning, environmental analysis, and related disciplines. The Community Vision Plan team will lead community engagement activities to inform the project objectives, and the technical team will be responsible for evaluating multiple alternatives using considerations defined through engagement such as mobility, safety, environmental quality, health, and economic opportunity.

Project Budget: $600,000 total.  Up to $300,000 each for the Community Vision Plan development and technical analysis.

City Contact Information: Cayce James, cayce.james@seattle.gov.

Due date: Sept. 30, 2022

The full RFP and associated documents can be viewed and downloaded at the City’s Consultant Connection at http://consultants.seattle.gov/

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE RFP

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