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Requests for Proposals (RFPs)

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AIRPORT SERVICES. Cambridge is requesting Statements of Qualifications from qualified consultants for professional engineering services for the Cambridge Municipal Airport ("Airport"). Professional, technical, and advisory services are needed for projects identified in the Airport's Capital Improvement Plan ("CIP"). For complete information visit

BUILDING INSPECTION SERVICES. Spring Lake Park is requesting proposals to provide building official/inspector duties and related services to the City. Full RFP can be obtained by emailing Administrator, Clerk/Treasurer Daniel Buchholtz at Proposals due no later than 3pm on Friday, Dec. 21.

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION. Dundas is soliciting proposals for architectural services to develop design and construction plans for a new City Hall of approximately 3,500 sg. ft. on a vacant property in Downtown Dundas. The selected firm will be responsible for providing a design, cost estimate, bidding services construction plans/management services and provide options for furniture, fixtures and equipment. A complete Request for Proposals (RFP) may be obtained by contacting the City of Dundas or obtained at the city’s website Interested firms will submit one (1) digital and ten (10) physical copies no later than Jan. 10. at 4 p.m. All questions regarding this RFP should be directed to John McCarthy, City Administrator at (507) 645-2852 or

ECONOMIC RECOVERY. St. Cloud is seeking proposals for full-time professional services of an “Economic Recovery Coordinator” to implement a 2-year economic recovery strategy. This strategy includes promotion of local industry and workforce assets, aggressive business retention expansion and recruitment, repurpose existing industrial infrastructure, and mitigation of unemployment. The Request for Proposals (RFP) including project description, scope of work and deliverables, project schedule, submission requirements, evaluation criteria and inquiry contact is available at: Initial proposals will be reviewed as early as Dec. 10 but RFP will remain open until satisfactory candidate is selected.

ENGINEERING SERVICES. Lonsdale is requesting proposals for comprehensive engineering and related technical services. The firm selected will be designated as the City Engineer. Services may include, but not be limited to: general and project management; construction services; preparation of engineering reports and technical correspondence; attendance at city meetings; responses to resident’s requests and issues as directed by staff and other services as needed. A copy of the full RFP can be obtained on the city’s website at Proposals are due to the City by noon on Dec. 20. For more information, please contact Joel Erickson, city administrator at (507) 744-2327 or

LEGAL SERVICES. Hawley is requesting proposals for legal services for criminal prosecution services. A summary of the responsibilities includes but is not limited to: represent and prosecute criminal law matters-including scheduling, coordinating officer appearances, reviewing all criminal cases presented for purposes of prosecution; determine technical compliance with criminal code and other state statutes; write complaints; make recommendations to the court for alternatives to prosecution where appropriate; timely pursuit of disposition of criminal cases; and establish successful working relationship with Hawley Police department. The RFP can be obtained by visiting the city’s website at: Proposals are due by Dec. 12 at City Hall, 305 6th St, PO Box 69, Hawley, MN 56549. Questions should be directed to Lisa Jetvig, clerk treasurer (218) 483-3331 or

PLANNING SERVICES. Brooklyn Center is seeking qualified individuals or firms to: 1) complete a rewrite of the Zoning Code; 2) create new Zoning Districts which implement the 2040 Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Plan; and 3) complete three site-specific development strategies for future redevelopment sites. A copy of the full RFQ with scope of services and submittal instructions may be found at Submissions are due by 5 p.m. on Jan. 10, 2019. Questions may be directed to Meg Beekman, Community Development Director, at

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