|Open Bids/Requests for Proposal:|
| May 15, 2018 - RFP Published for use of City Land
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS: Use and development of City owned land
The City of Livingston will accept proposals for the use and development of a twenty-six (26) acre parcel of City owned land described as Parcel 1-A of Certificate of Survey 1607. The parcel is located on the north edge of town and is adjacent to, and east of, the High Ground Subdivision (see attached map). It is zoned Medium Density Residential (RII) and in not currently served by public water or sewer systems.
The City of Livingston has received an unsolicited proposal for the use of this land and, before responding to it, has decided to open the process in order to review any and all other proposals that it may receive. The proposal should address, in as much detail as possible, the proposed use and development of the property, the economic development or community development goal or goals of the project, how the project would be financed, what entity or person will own the project and by what means that ownership will be attained, i.e. purchase/lease/gift from the City. The proposal should also contain an outline of the development steps necessary to complete the project.
Questions regarding this Request for Proposals shall be submitted to:
Jim Woodhull, City Planner
City of Livingston
All materials submitted in response to this RFP become the property of the City of Livingston. A copy shall be retained for the official files of the City and will become public record if the property is disposed of. The City of Livingston reserves the right to reject any and all proposals submitted.
LOCAL VENDOR PREFERENCE:
The City of Livingston has a Local Vendor Preference policy, to give some preference to local vendors and service providers:
- If the purchase price is within 5% of the purchase price (of a non-local vendor), for purchases less than $5,000.00
- If the purchase price is within 2% of the purchase price (of a non-local vendor), for purchases more than $5,000.00
Note: The City Manager reserves the right to waive this requirement with regard to the purchase of professional services (such as legal, engineering, consulting, etc) when its application creates an Undue Hardship upon the financial and/or operational systems of the City of Livingston.