The City of Parkville advertises requests for bids and proposals in local newspapers as well as online. If you have any questions, please contact City Hall at (816) 741-7676.
Request for Bids: The City of Parkville, Missouri is seeking sealed bids for the following: 2015 Curb and Sidewalk Repair Program.
Sealed bids will be received by the City of Parkville, Missouri, 8880 Clark Avenue, Parkville Missouri, 64152, Attn: Melissa McChesney, City Clerk until 10:00 a.m. Monday, March 2, 2015. Deliveries shall be made to the CITY CLERK at City Hall. Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud at approximately 10:05 a.m. in the Public Works Conference Room of City Hall.
Proposal instructions and specifications can be found in the following link: Full Notice to Bidders
Request for Qualifications: The City of Parkville is requesting proposals for On-Call Construction Materials Testing Services for various projects. It is anticipated that two or three companies will be chosen to assist the City of Parkville with the construction materials testing services. The duration of the contract will be two years with the option to extend the contract an additional year.
Proposals clearly labeled “Proposal for Construction Materials Testing Services” will be received until Monday, March 2, 2015 at Parkville City Hall no later than 5:00 PM Central Time. Proposal instructions and service specifications are below.
Proposal instructions and specifications can be found in the following link: Construction Materials Testing Services
Addendum 1 (The due date for proposals has not changed and remains Monday, March 2, 2015 no later than 5:00 p.m.)
Request for Proposals – Zoning and Subdivision Regulation Updates: In 2009 the City adopted a Master Plan projecting future growth and development. The City seeks to develop zoning and subdivision regulation documents that are consistent with the existing City’s Master Plan. The City also seeks a balanced approach to regulation in terms of facilitating growth and development while protecting Parkville’s characteristics.
The City is soliciting proposals from consulting firms or teams with proven experience evaluating, writing, and implementing zoning and subdivision regulations to prepare an update to the City’s existing zoning and subdivision regulations, including an updated zoning map. The selected firm or team will have demonstrated knowledge of: zoning and subdivision regulation administration and enforcement; zoning, subdivision and land use law; planning best practices; subdivision, architecture, and urban design; environmental preservation; and sustainable development and infrastructure models.
A pre-proposal conference will be held at Parkville City Hall on Monday, February 23rd at 11 am central time. Sealed proposals must be received at Parkville City Hall by Friday, March 6, 2015 at noon central time. The project is to be completed by December 31, 2015.
Proposal instructions and specifications can be found in the following link: Full RFP
All addendums, updates and additional information will be posted here as available. To sign up for proposal information and updates click the following link: Proposal Information Signup
- City Master Plan – http://parkvillemo.gov/departments/community-development-department/master-plan/
- Vision Downtown Parkville – http://parkvillemo.gov/vision-downtown-parkville/
- Parkville Municipal Code – http://ecode360.com/PA3395
- Title IV, Zoning Regulations – http://ecode360.com/PA3395-DIV-05
- Chapter 505, Subdivisions – http://ecode360.com/27903031
- 2015 Board of Aldermen meeting dates – http://parkvillemo.gov/government/agendas-minutes/board-of-aldermen/board-aldermen-meetings/
- 2015 Planning and Zoning meeting dates – http://parkvillemo.gov/government/agendas-minutes/planning-zoning-commission/
Request for Qualifications: The Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) seeks consulting services to complete the Route 9 Corridor Study. The Planning Sustainable Places (PSP) Program provides local governments with financial support to advance detailed local planning and project development activities in support of Creating Sustainable Places, Transportation Outlook 2040’s Activity Centers and Corridors framework, and the Mid-America Regional Council’s adopted policy statement on regional land use direction. The subject project is one of 13 across the region chosen for funding through the Planning Sustainable Places Program
Proposal instructions and specifications can be found in the following link: Consulting Services