NOTE FOR INTERESTED CONSULTANTS:
THERE WILL NOT BE A FORMAL PUBLIC BID OPENING. While a formal public bid opening was previously scheduled for 2pm on November 22nd, the City has learned that this is not required based on the nature of the work requested in the RFP and has therefore been eliminated from the project schedule. Proposals will instead be opened and then reviewed by our selection committee over the week or so following receipt to identify the top proposal(s) for review by Planning Board and City Council.
All proposals are due by 12:00 pm (noon) on November 22nd, 2023.
The City of Belmont is starting the process of updating its Comprehensive Lane Use Plan. The current plan was adopted in 2007 and updated in 2018. The City plans to build upon the existing plan, with a special focus on alternative housing forms, as part of the proposed update process. The Plan update will assist City staff, City Council, Planning Board, and other advisory committees to gauge the direction that citizens and various other stakeholders within the community would like to go. The Plan update will guide decisions affecting the physical development and redevelopment within the City's planning area. The Plan update will provide a guiding document that reflects our unique character and provides a clear process showing the way the City can build upon its strengths.
Consultants interested in submitting a proposal can find the official RFP in the document list below.
- RFP Release: October 12, 2023 √
- Deadline for Questions:
October 31, 2023Updated: Thursday, November 9th
- City Responses to be Issued:
November 3, 2023Updated: Wednesday, November 15th
- Submissions Due: November 22, 2023 by 12:00 PM
- City Request Emails for Consultant Interviews Sent: December 1, 2023
- Interviews with Planning Board (Selected Consultants): December 14, 2023- tentative
- Interviews with City Council (Selected Consultants): January 15, 2023- tentative
Questions and Answers
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