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Fresno COG Request for Proposals:

 

PLEASE NOTE: As a response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Fresno COG will accommodate electronic only submissions (Updated May 2020)

 

Fresno-Madera State Route 41 and Avenue 9 Sustainable Corridors Study

 

The Fresno Council of Governments, in partnership with the Madera County Transportation Commission, as the Regional Transportation Planning Agencies for Fresno and Madera Counties, is seeking proposals from qualified consultants to submit proposals to develop a Fresno-Madera State Route 41 and Avenue 9 Sustainable Corridors Study.

 

The deadline for proposal submittal is Monday, May 18, 2020 at 12:00 P.M. (PDT)

 

Final RFP Fresno-Madera State Route 41 and Avenue 9 Sustainable Corridors Study

 

Questions and Answers Document

 

Attachment – Madera County Modeling Documentation

 

 

SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY REGIONAL EARLY ACTION PLANNING PROJECT MANAGER Request for Proposals

Fresno Council of Governments (Fresno COG) is requesting proposals on behalf of the eight Regional Transportation Planning Agencies (RTPA) within the San Joaquin Valley. The other agencies represented in this RFP are: San Joaquin Council of Governments, Stanislaus Council of Governments, Merced County Association of Governments, Madera County Transportation Commission, Tulare County Association of Governments, Kings County Association of Governments and Kern Council of Governments.

 

Qualified consultants are being requested to submit proposals to coordinate multiple housing-related projects and studies required under California’s AB 101 Regional Early Action Planning program, which grants $250 million to SJV RTPAs to prepare for the sixth-cycle Regional Housing Needs Assessment.  The San Joaquin Valley’s share of that funding is estimated at $18.5 million.

REAP Project Coordinator RFP

 

Disaster Planning Services for Big Sandy Rancheria Extreme Weather and Natural Disaster Evacuation Plan

Big Sandy Rancheria (BSR) is accepting Request for Proposals to select a licensed and insured professional disaster and emergency infrastructure, adaptation, resiliency, and transportation planning or related services company or individual to provide professional and technical planning phase consulting services for items identified in the Scope of Work for the development of a new Extreme Weather and Natural Disaster Evacuation Plan for Big Sandy Rancheria – a Caltrans Adaptation Planning grant-funded project.

Please submit your proposal to Big Sandy Rancheria by May 11, 2020, via email to Tom Zizzo tzizzo@bsrnation.com

Read or download full RFP here

 

Careers:

 

Job Opening (May 2020) for a Transportation Planner – Data Management

 

 

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Fresno COG comment/question email address

If you are unsure of whom to contact at Fresno COG regarding programs, projects or COG meetings, you may email staff at comment@fresnocog.org. Your communication will be routed to the appropriate staff member and responded to promptly.

Fresno COG Office Operations: Consistent with protocols being followed by state and local public agencies regarding the COVID-19 crisis, the majority of Fresno COG staff are telecommuting from home. For a Fresno COG staff email directory click here.

Regional Transportation Mitigation Fee (RTMF) Collection: Fresno COG will continue to collect RTMF mitigation fees on Mondays and Tuesdays from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm only, until the COVID-19 situation has been mitigated to a level deemed safe by public health officials.

Measure C Senior Scrip Program: Seniors who live in Fresno County will still be able to purchase paper senior scrip for taxi usage and electronic scrip for Uber and Lyft rides by mail order. Click HereClick Here for mail order information.