CITY OF ASHLAND PUBLIC WORKS – REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
PARKING ENFORCEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION SERVICES
The City of Ashland (City) is seeking parking enforcement and administration services for Project 2023-06 DOWNTOWN PARKING ENFORCEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION SERVICES. The purpose of this project is to provide for the enforcement and administration of the downtown area (hereinafter referred to as the “District”). The District includes four (4) City-owned public parking lots, one (1) City owned, three story parking garage, and approximately twelve (12) blocks of public on-street parking. All public parking in the District is time regulated.
The project will include, but is not specifically limited to, the following tasks:
Patrol the District and enforce current time limited zone parking standards
Provide exceptional customer service on behalf of the City
Enforce parking restrictions in an impartial manner
Appear in Court as necessary to testify with respect to parking-related cases
Proposals must be physically received by January 9, 2024, not later than 2:00 PM PST (main lobby clock), in the City of Ashland Public Works Engineering Office located at 51 Winburn Way, Ashland OR 97520, or by mail at 20 E. Main Street, Ashland, OR 97520. Proposers mailing proposals should allow normal delivery time to ensure the timely receipt of their proposals. Any proposal received after the date and time set for receipt of proposals will not be considered and will be returned to the proposer unopened. For further information, contact the City’s Project Manager, Scott Fleury, P.E., Public Works Director at 541/488-5587 or by email at email@example.com. Contractor selection is anticipated to result in the issuance of a contract for services substantially similar in form to the one provided in this Request for Proposals (RFP). RFP documents may be downloaded from the OregonBuys website (https://oregonbuys.gov/bso/). Any addendum that may be issued, relating to this RFP will be available from OregonBuys, and potential proposers are cautioned to continuously monitor the site for updates and addenda. All proposals shall be submitted as set forth in Section 7 - Instructions to Proposers. The City is not responsible for proposals submitted in any manner, format, or to any delivery point other than as required by this RFP. Proposals shall be limited to eight (8) pages. Contractor selection will be based upon weighed criteria as set forth in the RFP and will include criteria including, but not limited to: similar project experience, general experience, staffing availability, schedule, and fee schedules. The City of Ashland reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, to waive informalities, or to accept any proposal which appears to serve the best interests of the City of Ashland.