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Posted on: February 25, 2020

Marysville opens RFP for Downtown Master Plan work, more

The City of Marysville is soliciting Requests for Proposal to update its Downtown Master Plan, EIS and Form-based Code. Proposals are due no later than 4 p.m. Monday, March 23. 

Project Description and Goals

Prepare and advance various aspects associated with the downtown master plan, planned action EIS, and form-based code including: Repeal the existing downtown master plan and replace with a new plan with potentially a more expansive boundary, streamlined zoning, and modified standards; Update planned action environmental impact statement (EIS); and Adopt a form-based code in one or more zoning districts that permit residential uses.

Qualification Requirements

Evaluation criteria consists of the following: Project team member and firm pertinent qualifications, respondent experience on similar projects, demonstrated project understanding and insight, proposed approach and methodology for project advancement and delivery, including recognition of unique project aspects or constraints which may be noteworthy, and overall quality, content, and knowledge of proposal. 

Interviews for qualifying firms will take place in early April. For more information, visit 

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