Parks and Recreation Facilities Assessment

The City is conducting a Facilities Assessment of its parks and recreation facilities to help develop a long-term plan for maintaining, renovating, and ultimately replacing facilities. Over the past decade, the City completed several plans and studies on its parks and facilities. These plans and studies - along with site visits, discussions with staff, and public input - will be used to develop the assessment. The assessment will document existing conditions, project anticipated life cycles, and estimate replacement costs. This information will then be used to determine how to fund long-term costs. 

Requests for Proposals (January 11, 2018)

The City is seeking a qualified consultant team with relevant experience and knowledge to:

  • Study existing information, reports, and other data that is available about the City’s parks and recreation facilities
  • Conduct site visits to review and document existing conditions
  • Develop a facility inventory that includes age, existing condition, life expectancy, plan-level replacement costs, and other information that may be needed to plan for long-term renovation and replacement costs 
  • Work with City staff to gather community input on the assessment
  • Prepare and present a draft assessment for feedback
  • Prepare and present a final assessment

The information complied in this process will help the City determine how best to plan for and fund its long-term capital needs for parks and recreation facilities. 

Proposals are due on or before 5:00 p.m., January 24. For more information and to download a copy of the RFP and Addendum #1 please visit the bid posting.   

Information, Reports, and other Data

The City has completed numerous plans and studies that will be used in developing the facilities assessment. You can view relevant information, reports, and other data here